For means of the Fun of it as well as some sort of visitors census for me, I came up with what I think is a neat idea. I call it 'The Riddle'
It goes as follows: I will bring up a Broadhead, depicted in either an obscured or otherwise cryptic, distracting way and you, the Reader and casual Observer, may then contact me via e-mail with what you think is the Make and Model of that particular Broadhead. If you get it right, then your name will be posted herein as the very person who solved 'The Riddle'. [You may opt not to, or have your real name changed to an Alias.]
So here we go with the second Quest:
November 30th 2014
If you think you know what make and model of Broadhead is hidden here, then send me an e-mail with your best guess.
I will probably collect and post some misses here on this page.
If I only get wrong answers for a certain amount of time, I will give additional clues, either graphic or in written form.
December 8th 2014
Okay, so here is the second photo of this still unidentified but certainly well known Broadhead.
December 19th 2014
All right! Here is almost the complete solution. Anybody brave enough to say what it is ...?!
January 7th 2015
Now then – let's call this one done with. No winner, not even close. The correct solution would have been:
Ben Pearson 'Switchblade-4'
... to be precise, this is a 1976 version with a .28" protruding ferrule and a round .49x1.03" vent, 130gr in bronze colour (#0205). I have not pictured the bleeder blade in this setup, sorry. But you can easily see the accepting notch in the ferrules tip and the hole in it's lower part, where the trailing end clicks into. So this is not an intended hole for a rivet, though it could be used as such.
There are eight different Switchblade types in my collection right now. Some differ only slightly but early versions for example had a much smaller vent, which just reaches the tip of the ferrule. Switchblades also came in different colours and can thus bring some life into ones display. This is something you should look out for ...