Muzzy Introduces the Wicked, New Trocar HB Hybrid Broadhead

Muzzy Trocar HB Hybrid Broadhead

From Muzzy:

SUPERIOR, Wis. (March 29, 2016) — Muzzy Outdoors, the makers of the world’s number-one selling fixed-blade broadhead, has taken a bold step into the burgeoning hybrid market with the introduction of the new Trocar HB broadhead. With a profile that looks like it would be right at home on a Medieval battlefield, the Trocar HB blends the best of Trocar’s fixed-blade technology and adds a pair of center-pivot blades that deploy on contact for unbelievable devastation, large wound channels and excellent penetration on large-game animals.

The Trocar HB’s 0.35-inch-thick surgically sharp stainless steel mechanical blades stay tucked in tight to the solid-steel ferrule in flight, but they deploy reliably for a total cutting diameter of 2 5/8 inches on impact. The fixed blades are also 0.35-inch thick and have an offset for increased accuracy and stability. The Trocar HB also features a bone-crushing chisel tip.

This new hybrid broadhead will be available in a standard 100-gr. Trocar HB model as well as a 100-gr. crossbow model, the Trocar HBX. Both the Trocar HB and HBX broadheads will be available at retailers nationwide and conveniently online at Suggested retail price for a three-pack of either broadheads is $39.95.

Founded in 1984, Muzzy is the number-one name in fixed-blade broadheads, and it is a pioneer in the art of bowfishing. A division of Feradyne Outdoors, Muzzy is headquartered in Superior, Wis. For more information on the full line of Muzzy’s fixed-blade broadheads and state-of-the-art bowfishing equipment, contact Muzzy Outdoors, LLC, 101 Main Street, Superior, WI 54880; call 866-387-9307; or visit

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