Fulton Precision Archery Ramcat Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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Blade Count
Weight
Cutting Diameter
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3

100 Grains

1-3/8"

Quantity:
3 Pack
  • Patented lobes eliminate wind planing,
  • Hydrofoil in target for greater penetration
  • .032" blades cut in any direction
  • One-piece stainless body construction
  • Field-point accuracy
  • Dead-quiet in flight
Patented lobes in the cutting tip draft wind over the blades and eliminate wind planing, and they hydrofoil in the target for greater penetration. The .032" blades are sharpened front and rear so they’ll cut in any direction. One-piece stainless body construction. Field-point accuracy; dead-quiet in flight. 3 pack.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best broadhead I hunt a lot. I have killed 13 big game animals with these heads and counting. They shoot absolutely true. I will never use another head. When I lose an arrow from my quiver I take one of my practice arrows, unscrew the fieldpoint screw in the Ramcat and go hunting. They are also devastating on game. If I make a decent shot the animal bleeds out quickly. October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Broadhead This is a great choice!!! I shot a large doe the other day at 10 yards broadside slightly quartering away with a 100grn. The broadhead hit its mark. The doe must have been getting ready to take a step as I shot her. The broadhead came out the opposite side and busted through the deer's elbow on the front leg pinning it to itself before eventually loosing the broadhead and opened the flood gates. I have nothing but success with this head. As others mentioned you do want to have an 1/16th allen wrench because the blades can loosen up if you bump them hard on something. I've heard they have fixed this issue. They are designed to back cut if you don't get the penetration you need. I have never had a penetration issue though. I know it is not the cheapest but it is my favorite to date. I have shot the Rage "I will never use them again!!!" I had penetration issues on more than 1 deer along with several of my friends. I shoot 29" draw at 70#. Penetration shouldn't be an issue. I've shot Muzzy,Spitfires etc.. I have also shot the G5 "Montec" these are a decent broadhead too but if you booger one up in the ground after a pass through you might not be able to fix it. You can also get replacement blades for the Ramcat. Seriously give them a try. I do wish they had a practice head. October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My first and probably my last broadhead. This season is my first hunting with a bow. I got the ramcats form a local dealer/friend who recommended them to me. I was dead nuts on getting the Rage but I decided to give these a try. Mid September I shot a doe at 20 yards. I shot her back but nipped the lung and she only ran about 40 yards. Very track-able blood trail and a full pass through shot. Very pleased with these and I will be taking them to Ohio during the rut. One note, when you take them out of the package, tighten down the screws in the blades. Very good broadhead. October 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saved my behind This broadhead just looks mean. I shoot the 125 grain and they shoot right with my field points and are very quite in flight. I shot my first doe with these heads this past weekend and all I can say is.....WOW!! Everyone should be hunting with this head. It was a 28 yard shot and I made a not so good shot on her, actually by my standards a very poor shot but she didn't make it 100 yards and was expired within 20 seconds. I hit her atleast 12" back (completely my fault from punching the trigger) and caught nothing but liver. I expected the worst with a long hard tracking job but to my surprise it was the easiest tracking job ever. First off my arrow zipped right through her and was 6" in the dirt behind her. I found blood right away and after that first drop of blood the flood gates opened. It was dark by the time I got around to tracking her and all I had was a cheap not so bright flashlight with me but I honestly think I could have tracked the blood trail in the dark. I was finding blood on the branches 5' off the ground and the thick nasty picker patch she ran into was painted red. I will never use another head and you shouldn't either. October 6, 2013
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