New Archery Products HellRazor Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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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
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by b0728 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jcon 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
Rated 4 out of 5 by robinhood8 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
Rated 5 out of 5
by Peterson 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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