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Grim Reaper Razortip Whitetail Special Mechanical Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

2"

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The Grim Reaper® Razortip Whitetail Special Mechanical Broadheads are specially designed for higher kinetic energy bows and whitetail-sized game, with a 2" cutting diameter and three .035"-thick mechanical blades that sit flush with the point during flight and expand upon impact. Includes practice head. 100 grain; 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 1924.

  • Specially designed for higher kinetic energy bows and whitetail-sized game
  • 2" cutting diameter
  • Three .035"-thick mechanical blades
  • Blades sit flush with the point during flight and expand upon impact
  • Includes practice head
Grim Reaper® Razortip Whitetail Special Mechanical Broadheads 4.1 5 26 26
Awsome Broadhead 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
mechanicals work Always used fixed, then tried the head that was all the Rage, way over rated. Took 6 deer last year with Grim Reapers, without a follow up shot, and they always stay closed in your quiver. Unlike other mechanicals. Drawbacks-1) you only get 1 kill before rebuilding- 2) as with all broadheads they could be a little cheaper. The cons will never outway the Pros. They shoot Great and perform great. Try them you won't be dissappointed! October 4, 2011
Love These Broadheads First tried the Grim Reaper Razortip Whitetail Specials last season. Shot a coyote at 15 yards. She ran 45 yards and I watched her fall. Huge entrance & exit hole. Shot first deer with them on opening day of this years MO archery season. Eight pointer standing slightly quartering away at 15 yards. Hit him just behind the near shoulder expecting a pass through exiting low in the off side shoulder. I believe as the arrow made contact, 2 of the 3 blades hooked a rib and turned the arrow 90 degrees, cut the rib out and punched 1 lung, liver and the stomach without exiting. Deer dropped around 75 yards. Shot second deer 9 days later. double lung pass through on a button buck at 32 yards. Entrance hole was about the size of a fixed blade 100 grain Muzzy, exit hole was twice that size. As the Grim Reaper made contact and opened it sounded like a rifle shot. VERY IMPRESSED with the performance I've seen with these broadheads off my 66 pound draw Bowtech Destroyer 350. September 27, 2011
Awesome! Shot my first buck last year with the 1 3/8. Had a steep angle slightly quatering away. Obtained a complete pass through even after shattering the front leg bone. Not bad for a 15 year old bow! Will never use another broad head. September 7, 2011
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3 hunting broad heads. Yes they will work for a crossbow. I use them with a horton fury and the first deer harvest was very impressed.
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Very Very unhappy with these blades and will write a very bad review if I can't get this problem fixed. One, two, or no blades open causing the arrow to plane. Lost a very nice doe. Wisp of blood on a fletch, no blood trail. Started checking the flight using a piece of paper. The only thing consistent was that not once did all three blades open.
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I've never had this problem. All 3 ALWAYS open. As you open a blade manually they should open easily, and snap back into place as you push them gently back toward the point. 4 years and a dozen deer for me with these.
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There is no way these blades are opening during flight unless they head is installed improperly. I did have that problem, so i thought, with the Rage heads, I switched to these after completely missing a buck last year at 15 yards. I have since been convinced that the problem was not the heads, but my inexperience with a new VERY fast short brace height bow. Now i practice a lot more and properly. I have used the grim reaper and harvested a doe a few days ago with one for the first time. GREAT head. I don' think you're going to get all three blades to open on paper, it just doesn't work that way. Look on Youtube for videos on how to install these heads, the cup can be a bit tricky, but when they are done properly, they work perfectly.
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Not sure why arrow is planing. Grim Reapers open upon impact, therefore paper would not be enough to force the blades open. These broadheads are made for higher FPS bows though. Older compounds may not have the FPS to use effectivly. I sight in my bow using field points of the same weight as the Grim Reapers. They shoot the same. Check to make sure when screwed into the end of the arrow that all three blades fall into their respective places. Blades should "click" open and closed when opened and closed with your finger.
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Make sure your cups are installed properly, and the springs are installed. I have killed 6 deer with Grim Reapers Whitetail specials and lost a 7th due to a bad shot. They have always opened. It definitely sounds like a binding problem.
Also they should not open during flight, unless the spring is missing, and I doubt they will open through paper.
You can also try shooting through 2 pieces of carpet spaced about 3" in between, to simulate an animal. As with most mechanicals, it is the internal damage and exit hole that should be more noticeable the the entrance wound.
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