The Grim Reaper Razorcut broadheads live up to their name and then some. Each broadhead is like a manifestation of the Grim Reaper itself and cleanly drops game of varying sizes right where they stand. Even if the prey doesn’t go down instantly they will frequently go down within sight of the hit. This is the broadhead for you if you are after a mechanical that will always deploy. Highly reliable and impossibly accurate, these deploy without fail and blow right through game. The Razorcuts are great for high speed bows and crossbows, but also perfectly suitable for regular FPS and medium to high draw weights. It is recommended to have at least 65lb draw weight, although hunters find that 50lbs is adequate, too.
Grim Reaper Razorcut Construction
The single piece stainless steel tip of the Grim Reaper Razorcut SS is something of a hybrid between a cut-on-contact and a trocar tip and it will pierce through fur and flesh with utter ease. The three mechanical blades are a durable 0.035” thick and are an unprecedented 2” of ultra sharp cutting diameter. They will not disappoint. The blades are spring loaded and won’t deploy while in flight. These Razorcut broadheads are said by many Grim Reaper broadhead reviews to “never not deploy.” This kind of always deploying reliability is rarely found in mechanical and expandable broadheads, but somehow the Grim Reaper has managed to accomplish such an impressive feat. There are some false reports of blades not properly deploying. What actually happens is that the blades will partially or fully close after completely passing through the prey. Many hunters have found their arrows thinking they didn’t fully deploy and then found a perfect triangular entry and exit wound in their fallen game to prove that the blades really did do their job.
What The Grim Reaper Broadhead Is Good At
On that note, the entry and exit wounds are ridiculously large and leave a huge wide blood trail, when applicable. So many hunters satisfyingly report in Grim Reaper broadhead reviews that their game will drop where they stand on the impact of the arrow. There are numerous cases where whitetail won’t make it more than 20 yards, if they can even make it a single step. Because the cutting diameter is so large these are best suited for deer class game and turkey or other small prey. They will still be lethal to larger game, of course, however may cause damage to the blades or increase chances of wounding shots due to the larger bone structure of big game.
Grim Reaper Broadhead Package
The package includes three hunting broadheads and a free practice head. Although, the practice head is hardly needed due to how straight these Razorcuts fly. Their design is narrow and simple enough that they are very much like field points in profile and many hunters agree that they fly just like field points. Grim Reaper broadhead reviews show that, even without tuning, the shots hit dead center on latitude and barely an inch off on longitude. With minor tuning these broadheads can fly perfectly straight, just like field tips.
Grim Reaper SS Broadhead Review Conclusion
Overall, there is not much to disclaim about the Grim Reaper Razorcut SS broadheads. They are super accurate, extremely sharp, incredibly lethal, and they have a cutting diameter that will leave gaping triangular holes in prey. The blood trails will almost be a bore to follow, that is how good these are. For the price you get a whole lot of impressive performance. If you are willing to shell out roughly $10 per broadhead you will find them worth the investment. The blades are pretty sturdy. Should they break or wear down over time a replacement blade kit can be purchased for around $20 and it comes with all of the necessary parts for three broadheads. It is really hard to go wrong with these if you are in the market for a solid mechanical that won’t let you down.
2” Cutting Diameter
Field point accuracy
Suitable for crossbows and compound bows
Huge wound channel
Easy to follow blood trails
Accurate over 75 yards
- Initial cost and replacement blades are pricey