New Archery Products HellRazor Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

1-1/8"

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New Archery Products® HellRazor® cut-on-contact, one-piece broadhead features the strength of all-steel construction. Tipped with three .040" blades sharp enough to shave with, the HellRazor easily slices its way through muscle and bone with its 1-1/8" cutting diameter. Designed to maximize accuracy and penetration. Blades can be re-sharpened. 100 grain; 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 60-563.

  • Cut-on-contact, one-piece broadhead
  • All-steel construction
  • Tipped with three .040" blades sharp enough to shave with
  • Easily slices its way through muscle and bone with its 1-1/8" cutting diameter
  • Designed to maximize accuracy and penetration
  • Blades can be re-sharpened
New Archery Products HellRazor Fixed-Blade Broadheads 4.8 5 4 4
Accurate!!! Had to write a review on this BH, I rarely see this one recommended in any "which broadhead is the best" post. Ive shot slick trick, muzzy, and rage, all out of a paper tuned bow. None of them even come close to the consistency of this one. Now I understand every setup is different but this one has worked best for me. I really like the options offered by any company for a practice head, and with these you can buy a pricey 3 pack of practice heads. (only downfall, I wish a 3 pack of hunting heads came with one practice head) But the accuracy perspective still drove me to leave 5 stars. And they are sharp and durable, no difference on performance in the field than muzzy (with the exception of being able to replace blades). For a fixed blade broadhead I dont think Ill be switching to anything else for quite some time. August 30, 2014
Accurate, dependable and deadly I started using these broadheads after using Muzzy's for some time. I have to say these are probably the best broadheads I've used. I've taken 3 deer with the same arrow/broadhead without sharpening it one time, and although it could stand to be touched up now I wouldn't hesitate to take another deer with it the way it is. As for a previous reviewer complaining about it being dull after "busting through both shoulders" of a deer, well, you're not SUPPOSED to be shooting through a deer's shoulders with a broadhead, and probably just about any broadhead out there would definitely need significant sharpening after doing so. I just know that yesterday when this one took its 3rd deer with its original edge it did a complete passthrough and buried itself almost up to the fletchings in heavy matted grass. The animal made it just 50 yards before I saw it go down. No complaints whatsoever from me. The cut-on-contact tip is awesome. November 12, 2013
awesome i love these broadheads killed a spike opening day busted through both shoulder and still a pass thru! but my only problem is the blades arent that strong and get dull easy:( October 18, 2010
Hellrazor Decided to switch broadheads this year and give the Hellrazor a shot. This broadhead took minimal adjusting and performed beyond my expectations. I can and will with confidence recommend this broadhead to anyone. September 17, 2010
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just curious what people are using, I'm thinking I'm just going to use a diamond sharpening stone.
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Any sharping stone will work just as good. I've shot a lot of different fixed blade broadheads and had pass throughs every shot and I just use a cheap medium sharpening stone and then finish with a fine stone. Don't get no sharper than that. Good luck.
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I tried it and I was never able to get them crazy sharp w/ it.
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please write back im new to hunting and need some tips
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100 grains weigh less than 125 grain
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its the weight of the point i prefer 100
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100 grian heads are lighter, faster, and flatter shooting which makes them more accurate at longer distances. 125 grain heads are heavier which makes them slower but they have more kinetic energy which makes them penetrate better. Alot of broadheads get a bigger area of cut also with 125 grain. As a guideline i would say for deer sized game 100 grain is great, but if you hunt large species like Elk, Moose, or large Bears, and your bow is not real fast, the better penetration of 125 may be better. It is mostly a prefference thing for hunters.
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100 grains weigh less than 125 grain thats all there is to it i would recomend using the same grain as your feild points or ( practice tips)
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