See the new for 2019 Wasp/Havalon HV broadhead.
In 1972, Wasp Archery Products changed the face of bowhunting when it released the world’s first replaceable-blade broadhead. It was the beginning of a long line of “firsts.” In 2010, Wasp Archery was acquired by the Weaver Family of Harrisburg, Pa, they revived one of the oldest, most heralded brands in the archery industry with a new brand, new online community, a vast Social Media presence and a dealer structure that builds not only commerce but also relationships.
Most importantly, the Weavers carried on the tradition of proudly manufacturing American-made and groundbreaking products, with the release of the Z-Force, the first mechanical broadhead to use a ball-bearing deployment system, and the first broadhead designed specifically for women, the Queen.
In 2016, Wasp Archery will continue to deliver innovation, quality craftsmanship and products manufactured with the American spirit to bowhunters as it releases its latest mechqanical broadhead, the Dueler, for both vertical and horizontal bows.
2019 Wasp will introduce an all new class of broadhead, the Havalon HV.