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    Grim Reaper Broadheads Overview

    Grim Reaper broadheads have gathered a lot of attention since the release of their first mechanical broadhead in 2000. The reason for the positive attention is due to the fact that their broadheads feature their self invented “RazorTip” Technology which means that not only do Grim Reaper broadheads contain 3 normal blades, they also contain small blades within the tip of the broadhead. These small blades are meant to give these broadheads more penetration, bigger entrance wounds, and bigger blood trails.

    On top of the small razor blades within the tip of the Grim Reaper broadheads, these mechanical broadheads also contain no o-rings, or elastics to hold the blades shut.  Each of the blades is independent of each other and have a locking system once open to make sure that the blades do not move once expanded.

    Grim Reaper mechanical broadhead features:

    - No rubber bands or o-rings.
    - Small razor blades in tip.
    - Blades rest on shock absorbing spring.
    - Quick change blades.
    - Blades open with 1 pound of pressure.
    - Come in 75, 85, 100, and 125gr weights.
    - 440 stainless steel blades.

    Grim Reaper mechanical broadheads through this technology has given them the ability to:

    - Make angled shots without deflection.
    - Expand or Open Blades without kick on the arrow
    - Create bigger more devastating entrance wounds
    - Create bigger blood trails
    - Drop your trophy animal quicker

    Grim Reaper has re-written the design and functionality of mechanical broadheads to enhance penetration, blood trails, durability, and accuracy.   If you are a mechanical broadhead user, and would like a broadhead that has been designed for performance, give Grim Reaper broadheads a try.

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