Originally introduced in 2004, the four-blade Phantom broadhead took the market by storm with its leading-edge design. Today, Muzzy Outdoors, the makers of the world’s number-one selling fixed-blade broadhead, have announced an completely redesigned version, the Phantom SC, which incorporates all the newest materials and technologies available to create a superior broadhead.
Like the original Phantom, the new Phantom SC is designed for those bowhunters who want a heavier broadhead for increased kinetic energy, but the Phantom SC is shorter, stouter and stronger than the original. The Phantom SC features a solid-steel ferrule, a 1 1/8-inch cutting diameter and an ultra-compact leading-edge blade design that starts working the instant it makes contact. The bleeder blade follows with a secondary cut, making blood trails short and heavy with a well placed hit. With its steel ferrule and durable 0.050-inch thick blades, the new Phantom SC slices soft tissue on contact, yet it has the robustness and sharpness to bust through bone.
Accuracy of this broadhead is unmatched among fixed four-blade broadheads due to the extreme tolerance adherence in manufacturing the Phantom SC.
The new Muzzy Phantom SC is available in either 100- or 125-grain versions. They will be available at retailers nationwide this spring. Suggested retail price for a three-pack of the new Phantom SC is $39.99. Practice heads and replacement blades are sold separately.
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 Cartersville, Ga.