On this episode Nick and Kyle are joined with Micah Brown and Brandon Brodie from Annihilator Broadheads. Do you know what cavitation is? Did you know that rapid pressure changes in the body cavity of an animal keeps wound channels open? This is episode is jam packed with information regarding broadheads and the true science behind the Annihilator's. If your an archery freak you do not want to miss this!
Jason and Dylan sit down with the owners of Annihilator Broadheads. They share what makes their broad heads unique and sets them apart, as well as some tips and tricks for arrow setup and tuning.
This week we take a deep dive into broadheads, specifically Annihilator. Co-owner and Co-founder Micah Brown joins us to talk all about the head—from conception to awards at the ATA show. We both learned quite a bit about cutting surface, ballistics, flight, and what all goes in to making a high-quality head. You can find Annihilator Broadheads on Instagram, Facebook, and their website. Enjoy!
2 episodes in one! First we chat with Korbin Williams of Korbin's Archery and his bodyguard Big John - we cover the psychology of driven people and how he balances hunting and his family time.
Next we sit down with Micah of Annihilator Broadheads and pick his brain on how he took an idea and got a proof of concept, then took it to market!
Annihilator broadheads have been a piece of gear I have had my eye on ever since I checked out their booth at the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo last year. They are unique and eye catching. After shooting and testing them, I decided that they would make it into my quiver for the 2020 season. After shooting an elk with one in November, I came to love the broadhead even more. Tune in to find out more. Knowledge is power and through this thought provoking episode you too can become your own #soulfulhunter.
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks to the guys at Annihilator Broadheads about everything from the initial idea to process of bring the final product to market. Brandon and Micah talk about how the first time this idea was shared was at an elk camp where another hunter hit a bull but was never able to recover it. From there, the brainstorming started and eventually led to a prototype. The guys were blown away by the initial testing that had shown very large would channels thus reducing the drag on the arrow and causing more penetration.