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Just curious how many guys shooting Grim Reapers have changed over to the Pro  Series.

I have taken a lot of game with the Original  two styles on the right.

Last fall I used the 4 blade CarniFour .

Just picked up some of the Pro series Whitetail specials.

I really like the pro series heads better than the old style.

No more blade cups. and the new point is set back a touch more to prevent the arrow from sliding the hide when entering and is crazy sharp.

 

Odd thing is the Pro series actually cost less per head  than the Regular reapers, except your buying a 4 pack instead of a three pack.

 

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Yes Dan i use them out of the xbow. Honestly they were the first expandable i ever bought, they were sold out of the xbow specific heads when i purchased. They are one nasty head and have had no problems out of the xbow. My Tornado does only shoot 330fps though. Can’t say how they would do out of something significantly faster


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3 minutes ago, maximus66 said:

Yes Dan i use them out of the xbow. Honestly they were the first expandable i ever bought, they were sold out of the xbow specific heads when i purchased. They are one nasty head and have had no problems out of the xbow. My Tornado does only shoot 330fps though. Can’t say how they would do out of something significantly faster


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I used the Carni four out of my 370 last winter , they worked great 

 

I always liked the Whitetail special 2" so I wanted to see how these new ones were.

I really like them better overall, will be shooting the few dozen old ones I have up and changing over to these new ones

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Just now, maximus66 said:


Good to know, they look super nasty. Think i will have to give them a try, i used the 125gr three blade


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I thought the same, plus they were supposed to open easier as the leading two blades release the back blades.

figured it would give a more slug like hole.

But I like the 3 blade better, seems  to really put them down faster

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4 minutes ago, nmc02 said:

I shoot the whitetail specials with razor tip. LOVE THEM. 100 grain, 2 inch. 

https://www.grimreaperbroadheads.com/products/razortip?variant=15984425795

That's the head I shot for years, I think the new Pro series are built way better.

No more blade cup , its set on the ferrule aready, and the tip is set back a little more, .

I have a bunch of the old style to use up . 

The old style are 13 bucks a piece, the new Pro series are 11

 

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http://reelmusicsportfishing.blogspot.com/

 

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11 minutes ago, archer36 said:

I would prefer the BH where the tips of the blades are furthest back from the point. It gives the point some penetration before deploying the blades. This helps on quartering shots. 

That's why I like the new pro series shown on the left. 

As good as old styles were .the new head has improved it to the next level

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http://reelmusicsportfishing.blogspot.com/

 

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