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Grim Reapers

Postby Bowhunter60 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:01 am

Anyone have any experience using the Grim Reaper broad heads? I looked at them yesterday at my local archery store. I was pretty impressed at the mechanics of these expandable's. I like the idea of an expandable for several reasons. However, reliable expansion just always seems to be the issue for me. That's why I like the Bloodrunners; whether you get expansion or not, you're going to get a good hole in your game.
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Re: Grim Reapers

Postby Decim8r » Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:19 am

Never shot Grim Reapers and as you know, I like my fixed blades for it takes one less possibility of having a failure while shooting at game. I looked at Steve's new broadhead that he just got in from Strickland's Archery. It looks like it wouldn't work or do much but man that broad head destroyed his Big Green Target. I think they are called Helix's or something like that. Those are a nasty 2blade fixed broadhead. I still like my Muzzy's hard to give up something that works. It is all in the eye of the beholder. Go with what works for you.
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Re: Grim Reapers

Postby savvyninja » Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:23 pm

I've never used them personally but I have seen them at archery supplies. They look vicious. Wasp and NAP both make a similar design.
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