Maasai Redline 2-Blade Right Wing Bevel Screw-In BroadheadItem Number: 44034-04X
$89.99 $74.99
Maasai Redline 2-Blade Right Wing Bevel Screw-In Broadhead

Maasai Redline 2-Blade Right Wing Bevel Screw-In Broadhead

Item Number: 44034-04X
$89.99 $74.99

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GrizzlyStik really went all out when they designed their Maasai broadhead! You'd think that would be enough for them. But No! They've made the Maasai part of their REDLINE series, delivering the same bone-busting power with a lower, more affordable price.

The original Maasai are powerful 2-blade broadheads, known for taking down big game like whitetail deer, and even elephants. To lower the price of these amazing broadheads, GrizzlyStik looked at a different type of quality steel that would still retain a sharp edge and be effective on big game.

GrizzlyStik engineers decided that AUS-4 stainless steel was the best option to lower the price and retain quality. Using a proprietary heat treating process, GrizzlyStik has optimized the AUS-4 stainless steel to a Rockwell of 54 - 55. This maintains durability and edge retention.

The main blade features a right wing single bevel cut-on-contact convex design to offer the most efficient cutting edge and to putmore steel up front where it is needed for strength.

Designed to fit all carbon and aluminum arrows as they have an industry standard 8-32 thread. This is the same thread used by all arrow inserts (except Easton Deep Six). All Redline broadheads feature a smooth transition, low profile ferrule with a 11/32" diameter and stainless steel hex screws.

Maasai Redline broadheads are hunting sharp, right out of the package.

For the right broadhead at the right price, try Maasai Redline Broadheads! Available in 125 and 200 grains. Please specify. Sold by the 3-pack.

  • Features
  • .068" Blade Thickness
  • 1-1/8" wide x 1-5/8" long blade
  • Convex edge design
  • Wide 25° single right wing bevel
  • Tanto - No skip tip
  • CNC aircraft grade aluminum ferrule
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