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Bloodsport Grave Digger Broadheads

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$34.99
Product Description
Product Description
• A 1” cut-on-contact fixed blade head or a chisel tip with 1” fixed blade and 1-3/4” cross opening curved mechanical blades
• 7075 aircraft aluminum ferrule and 402 stainless steel blades
• No rubber bands, o-rings or clips
• Weight: 100 gr.
• Cut Diameter: 1" (fixed) 1-3/4" (mechanical)
• # of Blades: 4
• Heads Per Pack: 3

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Accurate accuracy!! Review by Bowhunter1968
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The BEST flying accuract broad head ever shot period , no tuning required.

(Posted on 10/26/16)

Deadly Review by Tom
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I bought these this summer to test out, I tested 4 different types/brands of broad heads and these seem to fly the most consistent. I also liked the idea of the hybrid. So far this fall I used them on an elk, shot her at 57 yards, she died very quickly and only ran about 80 yards before crashing. I didn't have to blood trail her but i didn't get much of a blood trail as it was a quartering to shot and came out behind the last rib, she had about 18 inches of gut hanging out of her side. It was a devastating exit hole.
I also shot a Montana whitetail with it at about 35 yards, that deer made it about 100 yards on a liver/lung shot but also died very quickly and insight.
Both animals were complete pass throughs with very large exit holes.
Only downfall, like another has posted, i can't find replacement blades and they we both chipped/bent after pass-through.

(Posted on 10/26/16)

Chisel Tip 100 grain Review by JW
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Bought these after reading the reviews on Outdoor Life and desiring a mechanical flight with a fixed dependability. As far as flight and dependabliltiy, awesome. Impressed. First deer I shot went about 20 yards...now that's with a double lung shot at 20 yards as well. The value I have placed low marks as the head passed through the deer and into the dirt...blades have chips out of them either from bone or rock, and need to be replaced but nowhere can replacement blades be found. Basically a one and done head. Sad as the head is super easy to take apart and the chisel point is without a scratch. Hopefully the replacements will become available...

(Posted on 9/30/16)

Not Sharp Review by Tom
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I just got these in the mail and looking to test them out of Mule Deer and hopefully an elk this fall. I think they are going to work great, however they do not seem very sharp out of the packages. I have the cut on contact version, I've since sharpened and tested them out on a few unlucky jugs, they put big holes into what ever they hit.

(Posted on 8/21/16)

Excellent broadhead Review by Coyote
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Shot this broadhead at a black bear last fall. Full frontal shot - center punched with pass through. The bear went 20 yards and fell over dead !

Can't speak of the blood trail since the near collapsed within 10 yards of my ladder stand.

(Posted on 8/8/16)

Absolutely deadly Review by Markhpb
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These broadheads are absolutely devastating!!! So far I have dropped a giant bull elk and two tx whitetail with these broadheads. The elk was a 50.0 yd shot per the range finder and though I made a lethal shot it was not perfect. The shot was a tad high and back. I just clipped the back of both lungs. Did not complete the pass thru but buried the arrow up to the knock. I must have hit ribs on entry as the head was bent at the ferrule but all blades are intact. The bull traveled 350yds and dropped dead. Easy blood trail to follow. On the TX whitetail they were devastating. Complete pass thru at 9 yds and 37 yds. Neither buck traveled more than 40 yds before piling up in mid stride. These heads were still in perfect shape even after sticking in the ground after the pass thru. Accuracy is phenomenal even out to 100 yds. I routinely practice at that distance and it makes 50 yds seem simple. Hope this helps and wish me luck I pulled another AZ Archery bull tag for AUG. I know I'm lucky ;-)

(Posted on 5/20/16)

Lethal Review by Hop
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Very functional hybrid killer. Mechanical "kickers" can be adjusted to stay closed for target practice. Clear and easy instructions included. I have the chisel tips and these remind me of another respected brand with a mechanical enhancement added.

(Posted on 7/29/15)

gets the job done Review by tracker
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These are the first mechanical broadheads I have ever used. After a lot of research I went with the grave digger broadheads.a huge doe stepped out and took a step as I shot. Yup gut shot. (Unknown until recovered)Started tracking 45 mins and 80 yards later through Immature pines and tall grass there she lay. The best is, a quick kill, no rubber bands and the durability of the blades, right back in the quiver.

(Posted on 10/16/14)

Where have these been all my life Review by Rob
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a cut on contact broadhead that groups like nothing I have ever shot. The combination of the fixed blade and the mechanical blades is devastating , makes even a marginal hit fatal.

(Posted on 10/10/13)

GREAT GROUPING BROADHEAD / BEST I'VE SEEN ON THE MARKET Review by CHIP
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These broadheads come with a hex wrench for tightening and replacing the blades. They shoot very accurate. Glad to see they have added the deep 6 to the product line. I have shot the cut on contact and am looking forward to trying the chisel tip. Will keep buying these!!

(Posted on 8/14/13)

Great shooting broadhead Review by LHL
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I recently purchased these broadheads to try for turkey hunting. I took them out of the package, screwed them into my FMJ's, and shot into a piece of drywall I had hanging out in the garage. I actually sent the arrow through the drywall, through my bag target hanging 3 ft. behind the drywall, and stuck it in the side of my shed. They fly straight out of the package. I did not have to move anything on my bow what so ever, which I know that changes from bow to bow. I never did get a turkey within effective bow range this year so I cant say what kind of damage they do yet, but plan to purchase the chisel tip this fall for deer hunting. When I purchased these they did not have the deep 6 out yet so plan on switching to those. The only flaw I have saw so far is the screw to tighten or loosen up the clamping load on the mechanical portion keeps coming loose which causes the broadhead to fall open. I plan on buying some blue loc-tite to see if this helps with that. Oh... and a eyeglass screwdriver would also be nice if they supplied instead of having to buy one. I don't where glasses which makes this a small inconvenience. Hope this helps! Shoot straight!

(Posted on 6/2/13)

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