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Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? #5318309 09/21/14 03:07 PM
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I have grim reaper broadheads and need replacement blades. I don't remember what grain they are. I'm pretty sure they are the crossbow ones. I use them on my crossbow and wouldn't have bought the others. I have one left that's still good.

Can I use any grain crossbow replacement blades?
How can I figure out what grain they are?
Can I weigh the entire broadhead on a digital scale in grains?





Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: MathMan] #5318332 09/21/14 03:28 PM
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I just read on Grim Reapers website that you can't use different grains on the same broadhead.

So is the 100grain the entire weight of the broadhead?





Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: MathMan] #5318348 09/21/14 03:41 PM
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Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: MathMan] #5319627 09/22/14 08:15 AM
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Yes the weight will be the whole broadhead . If your blades aren't damaged just resharpen them.


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Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: MathMan] #5321341 09/23/14 03:15 AM
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My other two broadheas the blades broke off. Missed my target and hit my fence.

Thanks. I'll weigh them on my scale.





Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: MathMan] #5325801 09/25/14 03:22 PM
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No need to use them to practice and dull them. They fly like field points.


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Re: Grim Reaper Replacement Blades? [Re: ryorgensen] #5328657 09/27/14 03:51 AM
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Originally Posted By: ryorgensen
No need to use them to practice and dull them. They fly like field points.


Thanks.





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