Rick’s Pick: Grim Reaper Broadheads

 

By: Rick Philippi

I started shooting Grim Reaper broadheads two years ago and I can’t tell you how many times I have shot an animal and watched them drop with in my sight. The devastation that these broadheads deliver is beyond belief.

Grim Reaper is the inventor of the Razor tip Technology. The innovative “TROCRAZOR” tip has 3 cut on contact razor blades up front that pre-cuts the hide, opening up a wound channel for the main blades. This formula demolishes heavy bone and slices like a sharp knife and gives superior penetration like no other broadhead on the market. Another dynamic with this technology is that you will not have deflections on angled shots resulting in a bad hit and a lost trophy.

The Grim Reaper Crew with hogs down.

Grim Reaper Broadheads hit the market in 2000 and rewrote the book on mechanical heads. They solved all the problems that the other mechanical heads had. The three blades float independently on a rugged shock absorbing spring and the open easily without any kick, enhancing arrow accuracy and penetration. It only takes one pound of pressure to open the blades!

Author with another large hog taken with a Grim Reaper Broadhead.

I have taken hogs with the Grim Reapers and I can tell you that not once have they failed me. Hogs have a protective shield behind their front leg. This armored plate is made up of fat anywhere from 2” to 3” thick, based on the size of the hog. One of the first animals that I shot with a Grim Reaper was a monster sow; it blew through her armored shield as if it did not exist. She dropped within 20 yards, I could not believe it. This particular sow was over 300lbs and to thump through her like it did, was absolutely like nothing I had ever seen in my life. Since then, I have taken numerous deer and turkey’s and can tell you these heads are flat out awesome!

Large hogs may be tough but they are not tougher than Grim Reapers.

I also like the fact that Grim Reaper heads are made by hunters who understand what it takes to put game down. All Grim Reapers are made in the United States of America.

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