Sequential function hunting arrows
AbstractA hunting broadhead for attachment to an arrow used in bow hunting of a game animal having two thin flat metal elongated blades juxtaposed each other pivotally secured in a slot situated in a rearwardly located tubular body. Each blade has a pointed first end adapted to precede the arrow in flight for penetration of the animal's hide and initial movement into the animal. Each blade has one sharpened lengthwise side and one blunted side with the outstanding spur, the blunted sides extending outwardly of the sharpened sides when the pointed front ends overlap permitting an elastic band to encompass both said blades to maintain such configuration for flight and initial penetration of the animal. After penetration into the game animal, rearwardly located outwardly protruding spurs engage the animal's hide causing a metamorphosis whereupon the blades rotate with the rear moving to the front to become the forward leading point. After rotation, the sharpened blades become the leading members of the wide "V" configuration for continued movement through the animal to effect a clean kill.