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Grim Reaper Fatal Steel 100 Grain Broadhead

Item No. 81484601301
$49.99

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81484601301
Sharp as darts and SOLID stainless from the tip of the newly designed cut-on-contact and bone-splitting "Trocrazor II" tip to the solid stainless blade-locking ferrule, NEW Fatal Steel combines multiple pieces into a single blockbusting package. The same classic look as our original heads with a one-piece mean streak! Features our original "No O-Ring" design and shock absorbing blade spring to assure superior penetration with no deflection from any angle. Shaft and tip are engineered to extend far enough to provide start-up penetration just before blades arrive for true trajectory after impact and maximum follow-through damage. Combine the fastest-opening mechanical available with the one-piece power, strength, and tool-steel sharpness of a 100% stainless steel body. FATAL STEEL! "WATCH 'EM DROP"!
  • 100 Grain
  • 1 1/4" Cut Diameter

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Shot a buck through the shoulder. All the blades snapped off but the ferrule made it through and the arrow ended up broke off and stuck in his heart. He didn’t go 50 yards. If I had not hit his heart I am sure it would have been a different story. The ferrule appears to be like new yet. I sharpened the tips and bought a rebuild kit. If the blades had not snapped off, the arrow would have probably not made it through the shoulder so maybe it was a saving grace that they did break off. Who knows really, every situation is different. There is no such thing as the perfect broad head. I would recommend and still have them screwed on and ready to go in my quiver.
September 21, 2020
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2 months ago
So much BLOOD
Straight pass through, blood and guts. Like someone was dumping the blood trail out of a jug!
August 6, 2018