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Grim Reaper Razortip Broadheads

Grim Reaper Razortip Broadheads

$21.99 - $39.99

3.8 out of 5
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Grim Reaper Razortip Broadhead- Razortip has a bone-splitting trocrazor tip - three tip blades in trocar tip. 40-degree swept-back blade angle. No rubber bands or O-rings. Fastest-opening blades on the market.



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Grim Reaper Razortip Broadhead- For 10 years the Grim Reaper original 'Razortip' has proven itself in the field as a force to be reckoned with. For 2010 the Razortip is new and improved with 035" thick 440 SS blades combined with new aircraft-grade aluminum ferules to make it the toughest, sharpest, best-penetrating Grim Reaper broadhead ever! Screw one on today and 'WATCH 'EM DROP'! Razortip has a bone-splitting trocrazor tip - three tip blades in trocar tip. 40-degree swept-back blade angle. No rubber bands or O-rings. Fastest-opening blades on the market. HUGE ENTRANCE HOLES!

100 grains 1 3/8" cutting Diameter. Exclusive Trocrazor tip features 3 mini 015" thick razors securely locked in a hardened steel Trocar tip. LockNotch blade retention system keeps the three Maxx Edge blades in place

Lance Harris of Roy, UT - April, 23 2011:

These things are mean!! Absolutely love these broadheads. They fly perfect and they open huge holes. Watche'em drop!!

Riley Barnes of Orem, UT - January, 19 2010:

The Grim Reaper leaves a devastating wound. Never mind the easy-to-follow blood trail, my buck of a lifetime didn't make it beyond four jumps. Razor sharp, reliable, solid. Thanks for a great product.

wes martinsen of west valley, UT - January, 26 2010:

i love the grim reaper broadheads the fly vary well and make vary good holes. they are the only broadhed i will shoot.

D Ray East of Medford, OR - March, 11 2010:

Why even show us this broadhead. You can not even legally own one of these in the State of OR. All Mechanical broadheads are outlawed in the state of Oregon. So if it is illegal how can you folks sell these items?

shawn of pueblo west, CO - August, 22 2010:

these are without a doubt the best mechanical broadhead i have shot, i would recommend these to anybody looking to shoot mechanicals

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