I’ve seen the Swhacker design put deer down quickly, even on a couple marginal hits. So, I was excited to see an upgraded version that archery pro Levi Morgan helped design. It’s clear that Morgan didn’t just slap his name on an existing broadhead. This bad boy has some smart upgrades. The first is that the blades have a slightly more swept back angle. This should help with penetration on longer shots, larger game, or when the broadhead is shot through slower bows. The aluminum ferrule is now ribbed, and the company says it’s 20 percent stronger. But the new feature I like the most is a little lock you can use to secure the blades into their closed position. This means you can practice with the actual broadheads you’ll be hunting with and not worry about dulling the blades. Simply depress the lock, get your bow (and your shooting) dialed in with your hunting set up, then unlock the broadhead and slip on the band to secure the blades in place, and go hunting. This 100-grain head has a 2-inch cutting diameter. MSRP is $45 for a three pack.