Grim Reaper Razortip Whitetail Special Mechanical Broadheads
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Finding negative reviews hard to believe.... I shot two bucks last year and this broad head was perfect. I've killed deer and hogs with 180gr 30.06 for over 25 years and the entry exit wounds the grim reaper made are more impressive than a gun shot. Forgot to mention, both bucks same broad head and plan to use for next one... a three pack will last a long time because sharpening the expandable blades is simple... my fear is the product being too good that if I don't stock up that they'll not have enough repeat customers and if I ever need more they won't be around.... buy this if you are looking for the best.... there's no tracking necessary with these, buckets of blood pour out a blind man could follow the trail.
August 24, 2012
Never was a fan of expandable broadheads until a friend insisted that I try a Grim Reaper. I started shooting the 13/8'' cut Grim Reaper broadheads and could not be happer with the performance, durablity and massive blood trails. In the past couple of years I have taken several deer using the Grim Reaper broadhead, most of which have been found within 100 yards or less, most of the time alot less!! We sharpen the blades and keep shooting them until a blade breaks or gets bent, which is not that often. I have to be honest, I have lost a couple of deer while shooting Grim Reapers but, this was do to poor shot placement. Both were high above the vitals, under the spine. Not the broadheads fault. I shoot a Mathews Drenalin at 70 lbs. 295 fps
October 20, 2011
HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE !!!!!
i bought thees broadheads to hunt this year bc i was told they worked great ? no way at all are they great broadheads ..... i nwas on stand earlier this morning when the deer of a life time shows up a monster 13 pointer at 20 yds i i let the arrow go an i thought an the arrow hit the deer realy weird i climed down outa the stand to check the arrow and found out 1 of the blades deployed an was jamed soo far back in the broadhead i cudnt remove it from the arrow so i now had a wounded deer and a broken arrow do not buy do not buy do not buy !!!
November 6, 2011
i harvested a deer with this broad head opening day this year. I am using a horton fury crossbow. The deer walked under my stand and the only shot presented was through her backbone into her lungs. The arrow completely opened up and cut through her spine. It cut a massive hole upon entry due to the hard hit into bone. cut organs and stopped before completely passing through. Of course the deer did not moveand feel where i shot her. Pulled the arrow out, cleaned and resharpened blades and will not hesitate to use again. Great broadheads.
September 16, 2012