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Fulton Precision Archery Ramcat Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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Blade Count
Weight
Cutting Diameter
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

3

100 Grains

1-3/8"

Quantity:
3 Pack
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1912977

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Fulton Precision Archery Ramcat Fixed-Blade Broadheads feature patented lobes in the cutting tip draft wind over the blades and eliminate wind planing, and they hydrofoil in the target for greater penetration. The .032'' blades are sharpened front and rear so they’ll cut in any direction. 1-piece stainless body construction. Field-point accuracy; dead-quiet in flight. 3 pack.

  • Patented lobes eliminate wind planing,
  • Hydrofoil in target for greater penetration
  • .032'' blades cut in any direction
  • 1-piece stainless body construction
  • Field-point accuracy
  • Dead-quiet in flight
Fulton Precision Archery Ramcat Fixed-Blade Broadheads 4.7 5 3 3
ok head i got these one day during a trip to a near by shop and they fly close to a field and get good penetration September 13, 2012
Great Broadheads I was using this product before it was available at the major retailers, but these broad heads do exactly what they say that will do. They do fly like field points (on a well tuned bow) and have great penetration. I really like that the back of the blades are sharp so if you do not get a pass through, the blades are doing maximum damage as it is moving around in the body cavity. The blades also expand when pulling backwards, so if the arrow starts working its way back out of the deer, not only is it cutting its way out, it is doing it with a larger cut diameter than the entry wound. The only knock on these is you have to keep and eye on the screws which hold the blades in. They have to be a little looser to allow the blades to rotate out to the larger cut diameter, but in doing that the screws will also loosen. I would suggest applying one of the weaker grade loctite products to the threads before tightening the screws to the desired tightness. Make sure it is the kind that you can get back off with regular hand tools! August 22, 2012
Deadly broadhead This is one of the best broadhead i have ever shot. Field point accuracy,and deadly. killed a doe last season with it and it was like following ketchup. The only problem i seen was it destroyed my target and they should give more than 3 screws with the extra blades. Very good head give it a shot!!!! July 23, 2012
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