Grim Reaper RazorCut or Rage Chisel Tips??

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  • November 20, 2012 at 6:44 pm #540395 Back to Top REPORT

    cjmay13

    Joined: 10/29/2008
    Reapers!
    November 28, 2012 at 4:22 pm #540396 Back to Top REPORT
    opp
    OPP

    Joined: 1/28/2010
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    I’m loving the Rage Chsiel tip 2 blade 100 grain.I have killed lots of deer with them this year.They do a number on deer.I also used them out of my crossbow.They work great.Uge entry and exit holes. :D
    November 28, 2012 at 5:53 pm #540397 Back to Top REPORT
    indychris
    Indychris

    Joined: 6/22/2004
    I’ve used Rages off and on for a few years now. Though I like the idea of the cut-on-impact tip of the Rage, I had several heads where the tip was pretty much demolished after going through a deer. I like the concept, but worried about the penetration at times.

    This year I picked up a couple of packs of the Chisel tip and I really am wowed by their endurance. I have used on arrow on three deer and a turkey so far this year, and after replacing blades for a fourth time, that same arrow/broadhead combination is in the #1 spot of my quiver for the next deer or coyote to show itself in range. The chisel tip is absolutely as sharp now as it was coming out of the box, and even after being through 4 animals and sticking in the ground all four times, it is still in pristine condition. My plan is to use this same arrow until either the arrow or broadhead fail. :thumbup

    November 28, 2012 at 7:06 pm #540398 Back to Top REPORT
    pa-b0whunt3r
    PA B0WHUNT3R

    Joined: 8/2/2009
    Location: PA
    Grim Reapers. They are durable and leave awesome blood trails. This was the second year I shot a deer through the front shoulder. Pass through the front shoulder and stuck in the back. The deer ran 40yds and dropped. When skinnging the deer, I found the broadhead still intact. Clean it off and keep using them. BTW, theres a reason why rage is switching to chisel tip [=}=]
    November 28, 2012 at 7:07 pm #540399 Back to Top REPORT
    indychris
    Indychris

    Joined: 6/22/2004
    Grim Reapers. They are durable and leave awesome blood trails. This was the second year I shot a deer through the front shoulder. Pass through the front shoulder and stuck in the back. The deer ran 40yds and dropped. When skinnging the deer, I found the broadhead still intact. Clean it off and keep using them. BTW, theres a reason why rage is switching to chisel tip [=}=]

    Don’t even sharpen the blades?

    November 29, 2012 at 3:25 pm #540400 Back to Top REPORT

    calhoun

    Joined: 11/28/2007
    I was a rage 2 blade man for the last 3 seasons. I killed several deer and turkeys using them with no problems. Although I did have the same complaint most have, the blades popping open while walking through the woods with an arrow nocked and being open when taken out of my quiver.
    I made the switch to the 1 3/8 reapers this year. I’ve taken 2 deer, 2 coyotes, and a turkey with them so far. They are leaving shorter, better blood trails than a rage 2 blade. I watched both deer drop from my stand. The doe I shot honestly only made it 20 yards then fell back down the hill and ended up about ten feet from where I shot her.
    Based on experience I believe giving up a little cutting dia. for that 3rd blade is well worth it. I also believe the reapers are sharper out of the box.
    My vote goes to Grim Reaper.
    November 29, 2012 at 4:09 pm #540401 Back to Top REPORT
    stink
    Stink

    Age: 57
    Joined: 12/27/2010
    Location: Michigan
    My vote is for rage chisel tips never had a pass thru with 4 deer with 2 inch rage new chisel 2inch 2 deer 2 pass thrus and that at 60lbs with a ez7.
    November 29, 2012 at 8:32 pm #540402 Back to Top REPORT

    Milkman

    Joined: 11/29/2012
    Reap it or weep!
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