Everyone I've ever bought came sharp. I always touch them up a tad but, they come sharp.
Take them back and trade them for some sharp ones.
Or, get in contact with NAP and as them what's up with the dull heads. They may be sending them out dull. To save a buck (dollar)???
The same thing happened to me in the past with the Thunderheads. I took them back to the store and basically got the "oh, well" response. Finally managed to talk the owner into opening another package of the same broadheads to see if they were dull. These were razor sharp and he let me exchange them. Never heard what happened when he sent them back NAP, but I think they are slipping a little on their quality control. Whenever I buy any now, I check them at the store before leaving.
Have you ever looked all over the house and garage for a piece of hunting equipment or an article of clothing? I sure have... or at least I used to. I found that storing my hunting gear in large containers that are labeled not only saves me time looking but also saves space. I used to have my gear all over the house, taking up space that I needed for other things.
Here's what I do now. I went out and bought some large plastic tubs and everything goes in them. I...