Any others.:tongue: Be 100% honest, you wont hurt my feelings.Razkul99 said:DB,
They are the only mechanicals I carry... but I still prefer a cut on contact broadhead for most things.
Those grim reapers fly great and do massive damage to deer. That I have seen first hand.
Just my .02... good luck!
Daniel Boone said:Buddy gave me a few of these.
Believe there called grim Reapers.
Give me an honest opionion. Never have been much for mechanicals.
I know I have shot mechanical jack Hammrs into steal barrells and they didnt break. JUst a test me and some of my buddies have tried. Thanks for the honesty. Maybe save these for turkey seasoncopterdoc said:I think I posted something to this effect in the thread started by skynight.
I expect a scapula shot to result in poor penetration. I expect it to break my arrow shaft.
I even expect it to bend the ferrule and the blades. But if the blades break off, I will never use that model of broadhead again.
That is an unforgivable design flaw. No matter what the head punches into, the blades should stay on the head!
But to be honest I like to hear both pro and cons. I appreciate both sides and looks like there more that relly like these than dont. I was told there very popular at my local pro shop as well. Usaully if something doesnt work the word spreads quickly.keep said:DB,
My buddy just got back from CO and shot his first elk ever with one. He hit her 1/4 away and the arrow pushed out the other side through the cartlidge part of the shoulder blade. He likes them. She only ran 50 yards.
How can blades breaking off be considered good performance? That is total broadhead failure in my book.The results where the same both times lost 1 razor tip blade and 1 main blade. I thought that was a pretty good performance for a mechanical.