Grim Reaper Razortip Replacement-Blade Pack

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Grim Reaper Razortip Replacement-Blade Pack -
Use these replacement blades on your Razortip™ broadheads. 1-3/8" cutting diameter. All blades use Maxx-Edge SS™ technology, which has .035" thickness blades necked down to .020" thickness for maximum sharpness. Per 3 full sets.


  • 1-3/8" cutting diameter
  • Maxx-Edge SS™ technology
  • Per 3 full sets
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Grim Reaper Razortip Replacement-Blade Pack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


PLEASE READ; First of all, I am not sure why anyone would give this broadhead a bad review. It is unquestionably the best mechanical on the market today. In our test (and we are independent) it stood up better overall than any of the competition. The Spitfire did compare well, and in certain conditions performed better, but overall there was really no comparison, especially angled shots. I have seen some criticism as well regarding blood trails. We must remember that ANY broadhead is capable of leaving a poor blood trail under the right conditions. I have personally seen heart shots with good heads that have left virtually no trail, while I have recently shot 2 deer in the guts that left a blood trail like a garden hose let lose. Why, it can be because of several factors, first it may depend on whether or not an artery is hit, but I believe the biggest factor is how sharp the blades are upon penetration. You should NOT use a broadhead unless you can "easily" shave the hairs on your arm with it. You can have a "sharp" broadhead that can hit a artery with out rupturing it, but you have to have a "razor sharp" blade if you want blood. Arteries are likened to surgical rubber tubing...tough!!! I am afraid many of the people leaving poor reviews are probably using less than satisfactory blades, maybe ones that have been shot at a target etc. If you see no blood, don't blame the broadhead, blame the meathead who used it dull. If you shot them at a target, don't hunt with them unless you know how to hone them back to razors.
Entropy at Cabelas on 11/05/2009


Beats buying new expandables. It's a little tricky working with the small parts, but after changing a couple it's no problem.
elmerfuud at Cabelas on 11/18/2008

Like new

Good replacement blades. Need to be patient and mechanically inclined to replace. Broad heads like new.
theplumberman at Cabelas on 12/05/2012

Negative Reviews:

blade too thick

The replacement blades are too thick and do not fit in the slots on my broadheads. I love these broadheads and have killed many animals with them including bull elk up to 55 yards away, and antelope up to 70 yards away with only pass throughs. Do not waste your money on replacement blades, just buy new broadheads. P.S. if you don't like that I kill at such long ranges, you need to practice more...... like I do.
UncleNorm at Cabelas on 09/04/2009