Inside Archery explored the research and development process for SIK Broadheads, a new subsidiary from the parent company of Bear Archery, Escalade Sports. We asked Chris Parrish, product development manager; Jack Borcherding, marketing manager; and David Hahn, engineer, about SIK’s three new broadheads. SIK broadheads has been in R&D for over 4 years. Each model is built with precision, strength and performance in mind.

The SK2’s performance has been flawless in all tests and hunting results. The broadhead truly flies like a field point at all ranges and has proven itself to be deadly. It opens perfectly on impact— every time—for extreme wound channels and quick kills. The F4 and F4CB have been no less impressive. They’ve been flight tested at 80 yards and they shoot with field-point accuracy. They also offer the extreme penetration one would expect from a cut-on-contact style head. They deliver large wound channels not normally found in a fixed style broadhead, thanks to its larger than average cutting diameter.

SK2, Mechanical Broadhead

  • 2-Blade Expandable Broadhead with FliteLok Technology
  • 100 grain
  • Uses patented FliteLok Technology to guarantee broadhead will deploy on impact
  • Features signature Offset Blade Design
  • Produces a 2″ offset entry wound
  • Creates a 3.625″ cutting surface
  • Field-point accurate broadhead

F4, Fixed Blade Broadhead

  • 4-Blade Cut on Contact Fixed Blade Broadhead
  • 100 grain
  • Includes four blades and an all laser-welded stainless-steel construction
  • Features a 27-degree razor-honed blade angle
  • Produces a 1.350″ cutting diameter and a 3.350″ cutting surface
  • Field-point accurate broadhead

F4CB, Fixed Blade Broadhead for Crossbows

  • 4-Blade Cut on Contact Fixed Blade Cross Bow Broadhead
  • Features a 4-blade, laser-welded stainless-steel design
  • Features a 27-degree razor-honed blade angle
  • Produces a 1.350″ cutting diameter and a 3.350″ cutting surface
  • Field-point accurate broadhead
  • 100 grain

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