S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
S Series Broadheads
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S Series Broadheads

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Known for their supremely quiet flight, long-range accuracy and hard-hitting penetration on the toughest of game, Iron Will S Series Broadheads are precision engineered to be as reliable as science allows for once-in-a-lifetime hunts. The edges on these broadheads provide the ultimate combination of sharpness, durability, and edge retention, so after all your work to get to the shot opportunity, you can rely on your broadheads to finish the job.

100-250 Grains
.062" Thick A2 Tool Steel Blades
Cryogenically Treated and Triple Tempered to 60 HRC Hardness 
1 1/16" Main Blade
3/4" Bleeder Blade
Hardened Ferrules
US Patent 10,054,409

Additional Features

Weight

100-250 Grains

Eight weight options so hunters can achieve their desired front of arrow mass.

Cutting Diameter

Main Blade: 1 1/16" | Bleeder Blade: 3/4"

The low profile main blade minimizes wind effects and maximizes big game penetration, so you can hit your mark and bring home more than a story. We added the bleeder blade to unzip a larger wound channel for easy blood tracking.

Snyder Core Variant

Engineered in conjunction with Aron Snyder, ferrules on Snyder Core broadheads sit deeper in micro diameter arrow shafts to bolster their impact strength. Choose a Snyder Core option only if your arrows are set up to conform with the Snyder Core System.

Standard Threads

Most arrows require Standard (8-32) Threads.

Deep Six Threads

Deep Six Threads are designed to fit 4mm micro diameter shafts with HIT inserts that use the Deep Six thread pattern. Purchase the Deep Six variant if you plan to use them with Deep Six HIT Inserts in micro 4mm shafts.

Buff Broadheads

For hunters that want a strict two blade broadhead with no bleeder, the Buff option is for you. Buff broadheads are ideal when maximum penetration is desired above all else. Buff broadheads are only available with Standard Threads.

Patented

Tanto Tip

For maximum impact strength, Iron Will’s patented blade geometry includes a Tanto Tip on the end of each broadhead. By widening the tip as compared to more traditional broadheads, extra bone splitting strength and rigidity is added, preventing the bending or breaking that saps momentum and stops arrows in their tracks. Additionally, the Tanto Tip reduces surface area for greater accuracy at long distances. US Patent 10,054,409

.062" Thick A2 Tool Steel

Sharp + Stout Blades

Iron Will broadheads are engineered to be extremely sharp and stay that way. A2 Tool Steel, commonly used in metal stamping dies to cut other steels, has an unmatched combination of impact toughness and edge retention. We cryogenically treat and triple temper to a hardness of 60HRC producing edges that remain honed all the way through the target. This unmatched edge retention requires less force for a complete pass-through. Sharpened back bevels deliver your trophy with maximum internal hemorrhaging for great blood trails. Resharpen these broadheads for reliability hunt after hunt.

Hardened Ferrule

Grade 5 Titanium (for lighter heads) and hardened stainless steel (for heavier heads) ensures the broadhead stands firmly aligned with the arrow at impact. This aligns the arrow’s momentum to drive through the animal instead of flexing and displacing momentum sideways.

“I have had a few once-in-a-lifetime tags, and not capitalizing on these hunts was something I did not want to stomach. From bighorn sheep, to mountain goat, to moose and everything in between, I have killed some amazing trophies using Iron Will broadheads. They are the sharpest and most durable I have ever used.”

— Justin Davis

Customer Reviews

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Elijah
Superb!

Ventured out Labor Day weekend and grabbed my a buck and wild pig using the same arrow and iron will broadhead! Both shots were pass throughs and stuck in the dirt behind the shot. Cleaned it up each time and remained sharp. Deer ran about 15 yards and pig ran about 20 yards. I will be purchasing more!

Great to hear! They sharpen up with a light touch if needed. Thanks for taking time to write a review. We appreciate it.

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Michael
Iron Will are my new go to broadhead

I have always used 3 blade chisel point broadheads with replaceable blades. I am skeptical of the gimmicks and prefer to keep it simple. Last night I shot my first deer with an Iron Will the 100 gr S series, the one without venting in the blades. It was a well placed shot so pretty much any broadhead would have done the job but I was impressed for a few reasons. This was late season it was 20 degrees and it was super quiet out. 32 yard shot and the shot was amazingly quiet, no flight noise. She never reacted to the shot. However the most impressive thing was that I hit the leg bone right below the should ball joint on the exit side. Still the arrow blew through, completely breaking the bone. Complete pass through. I had made a near identical hit on a buck last year with a chisel point 3 blade and the leg bone stopped the arrow. It was still as short blood trail and it was a bigger boned deer but I believe the Iron Will would have smashed through his bone as well. After all that the head I used still spins good and will become a practice head. These things fly great in practice, and don't get tweaked (bent) even after 100s of shots. They are worth the extra money.

Thank you for this excellent review. Remember that our heads can be touched up and the blades can be replaced if you prefer. The ferrules are worth the investment in that we rarely see any damage to those over many years of hunting. Replacing the blades on our heads is a great way to reduce future costs for the same level of cut on contact sharpness, durability and penetration with very little effort to replace the blades. We appreciate that you made the switch from 3 blade chisel and have not been dissapointed. Thank you for your business!

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andrew berdasono
Well built

Haven’t put these through an animal yet but they are very sharp out of the package. They spin perfectly on the arrow. And after putting one head into foam about 8 times to confirm that they’re flying true it still felt very sharp. Ran it through my handheld carbide sharpener a few times and then finished through a RADA sharpener and it was incredibly sharp. I’m impressed with the craftsmanship.

Thanks for the review!

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Kenny patrick
No blood trail

Shot a 260lb 14 point in Oklahoma on public land. Shot was right behind the shoulder. 20 yards with 70lb draw with a complete pass through. Arrow covered in blood, but no blood trail. Found buck the next day 300 yards away.

Thank you for the review. Sometimes with shots like this; high behind the shoulders and not near the vitals, blood trails could be limited by the shot placement. Glad you were able to track him down for an ultimately successful hunt. Thanks for stopping back to write us a review. Appreciate it.

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Ricky Loftis
Sharpest heads on the market!

I track deer full time during season. I’ve seen basically every broadhead on the market fail at some point. I’ve yet to see a ironwill fail! I’ve killed 4 deer and a bull elk over the last 2 years and always have a full pass through. They simply cannot be beat.

It is great to hear from someone in the field seeing this every season. Thanks for coming back to let us know what you have seen. Appreciate it.

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