Grim Reaper Razortip Mechanical Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

1-3/8"

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3 Pack
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1150686

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85 Grains

1-3/8"

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  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1150688

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Top performance starts up front with the Grim Reaper® Razortip mechanical broadhead. The exclusive Trocrazor™ tip features three mini .015'' thick razors securely locked in a hardened steel Trocar tip to pulverize heavy bone and slice like a scalpel. Broadhead design ensures the tip digs into the target before the blades to ensure no deflections. LockNotch blade retention system keeps the three Maxx Edge blades in place without O-rings or bands until the target is struck. Maxx Edge blades give you a .035'' blade with the sharpness of a .020'' blade. Blades switch out in seconds. Includes cutting diameter. 1-3/8" cutting diamter. 3 pack.

  • Trocrazor tip features three mini razors in hardened steel tip
  • No deflection design
  • LockNotch blade retention system provides quick and smooth blade expansion
  • No O-rings or rubber bands
  • Maxx Edge blades
Grim Reaper Razortip Mechanical Broadheads 5 5 9 9
Great expandable I shoot these expandable braodheads out of a Hoyt Carbon bow with 28" draw and 67 lbs. Excellent penetration on both deer killed this year. Actually knocked one deer to the ground. Fly very similar to broadheads, but not exactly. May require tuning or adjustment to bow sights. December 3, 2014
2 for 2 I've shot both the 1 3/8 and the 2" out of my TenPoint crossbow. The first whitetail was at 30 yds quartering away pretty sharply. I hit a little too far back so I went through some gut but through the back of one lung. She ran about 20 yds and stopped behind a tree, stood there about 30 mins and died. Would've passed sooner if she'd ran and exacerbated the lung wound but still the broadhead was effective on a less-than-perfect shot. Complete pass-through. The second whitetail was with the 2" head. It was quartering to me at 20 yds. Put it right in the "collarbone" and out down through the heart. She turned and ran about 20 yds and died mid-jump trying to clear a downed tree. Hit the ground without motion. Will never forget the loud "Whack" the broad head made when it hit. Seems like sometimes a blade will loosen in the closed position after having been used but I'll trade a broadhead for a deer all day long. July 31, 2014
Clean pass through I was looking for a clean pass through. This was my choice, with 1 3/8 size I have now had a nice clean pass through on a nice buck. 40/50 yards and dropped. December 12, 2013
Its a killer! Have been shooting this broadhead for three years now. I have killed 12 whitetails with them and not one has made it past 75 yds, most of them fell within 30 yds. I have lost 1 deer with them due to poor shot placement. Best broadhead I have ever shot and I have been bowhunting for 22 years. October 31, 2013
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the whitetail razortip grim reaper specifies practice tip included this one does not
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All of the Grim Reaper heads I have bought have come with practice head. this has been nice as me and my boys shoot them and we have plenty for multiple shot practice.
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Yes. I received three heads and one practice tip.
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Yes, but you don't need it. These fly JUST like a field point!
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Yes It does come with a practice tip. I bought some Grim Reaper White-tail specials a week a go. If you have a stacked layer foam target the practice tips will take chunks out of it.
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