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
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; 4 pack.
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
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.
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.