Fixed or Mechanical?
Hunters love to debate about broadheads. Go to any archery website and you will find multiple posts where people debate which broadhead is better. When I first started archery hunting I used fixed blades. Over a decade ago, I found Grim Reaper Mechanical broadheads and I have killed countless animals with them. The Grim Reaper slogan is, "Watch em drop!" I have witnessed numerous animals drop after being shot with a Grim Reaper Broadhead.
The first broadhead I used from Grim Reaper was a three blade mechanical. I loved those broadheads for their toughness and durability. The wound channels were huge and deer always dropped in sight. When Grim Reaper brought out a four blade mechanical I decided to try it. The four blade caused more carnage than the three blade and the blood trails were easy to follow. For a few years I carried both three and four blade broadheads in my quiver.
The owners of Grim Reaper must have been listening to hunters debate over fixed or mechanical heads. A few years ago, Grim Reaper created the Hybrid head. The Hybrid head has two mechanical bladed and a fixed two blade on the head. I purchased a three pack of these broadheads and was blown away. The Hybrid head flew great out of my bow and I couldn't wait to use them during the season.
The first animal I killed with the Hybrid head was a whitetail doe. My Black Eagle Zombie Slayer blew through the doe and she didn't run twenty yards. I found my arrow and checked the Hybrid head. It was still razor sharp! I cleaned the broadhead and placed it back in my quiver. A few weeks later I killed a whitetail buck. Once again, my arrow blew through the deer and I watched the buck expire. The buck didn't go forty yards before he crashed. I was really impressed with the Hybrid head and how well it performed. Even after shooting two whitetail deer with the same head, the broadhead was still sharp.
Since I filled two deer tags I decided to go hunt exotics. The first animal I shot was a three hundred pound wild boar. My arrows sliced through the hog like a knife through butter. Later that morning I killed a white fallow deer and got a complete pass through at over forty yards. Before my day was over I killed a Corsican ram. All three animals were killed with the same arrow and same Hybrid head. My Hybrid head had now killed five animals and was still sharp. By the time I retired that Hybrid head I had killed seven different animals with it.
I had amazing success with the Hybrid head and I never thought about switching to another Grim Reaper head. That was until I saw the four blade Whitetail Extreme. The Whitetail Extreme head has two, 2 inch blades and two, 1 1/2 inch blades. I knew this head would be devastating to anything that was shot by it. In 2020, I shot a buck on Halloween that never made it out of the scrape it was making. The broadhead dropped him in his tracks. In 2021, I killed another buck that I watched crash less than thirty yards from my stand. I was speechless on how well these broadheads worked.
Grim Reaper has a plethora of broadheads available for hunters. There are fixed three and four blade. There are 2 blade, 3 blade and 4 blade mechanical heads. There are mini heads and Hybrid heads. I have used almost all of the heads at some point in time and I have not been disappointed. The key to my success is a well tuned bow, shot placement, and a quality broadhead. If you want to see the broadheads in action, check out the hunts on my Youtube channel.
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