If you're looking for the perfect all-around arrow and broadhead system, one that will work on anything that walks the North American continent and all African plains game - Welcome, you've come to the right place.

We know from the countless testimonials of our 650 grain advocates and the test results of
Dr. Ed Ashby - that 650 grain arrows with high FOC percentages and the right broadheads will do more for your bowhunting success than any other piece of the equipment puzzle.

That's why we introduced the GrizzlyStik 650 Challenge and that's why we invite you to accept the challenge and test it for yourself.



 

Anxiety of hitting the shoulder?

Tired of disappointing arrow penetration?

Frustrated by recovery loss due to bone hits?



 

The GrizzlyStik 650 system solves these common issues.





Near side scapula and off side femur - both broken - with the 650 system.





The 650 system opens up endless ethical oportunies that are taboo with light arrow systems. Hard quarter-to = Complete Pass-Through. 



Here is an example of expected frontal penetration with the 650 system. "Anything from the front" is one of the most ethical shots we can recommend - you simply can't shut animals down any faster.

***Note the Maasai broadhead sticking out the hind quarter*** 





STOP worring about bones - START aiming at them.

Imagine "expecting" pass-throughs when you shoot.





With the GrizzlyStik 650 system you will expect.... 



  Lethal arrow penetration at any angle

  An exponential increase in ethical shot opportunities

  The ability to ethically "break-down" big game

  Higher animal recovery rate

  More overall bowhunting confidence & success

  Your bow will shoot whisper quiet

  Consistent arrow flight - flies like a dart

  Better arrow grouping

  Better arrow grouping at longer distances  

  Amazing resistance to wind drift - arrow carry

  Easy arrow & broadhead tuning

  Spending more time recovering your arrow then your animal

 

 

Take the 650 Challenge and get it all...
 

 




As bowhunters, we each have a limited number of shot opportunities on big game in our lifetime. Maximize your probability of success on each and every shot opportunity you get. Shoot the GrizzlyStik 650 system.




Arrow and broadhead systems kill through laceration achieved by penetration.  The deeper an arrow penetrates - the more the broadhead cuts - the more lethal the system.


 

In through the near side ribs and out the off-side shoulder. 




 

In through the near side shoulder and out the neck. 




Hard quarter-to in and out the pelvis.


   

 

Whether you're hunting whitetails, kudu, turkey, elk, moose, eland or brown bear - the GrizzlyStik 650 system does it all.

You don't have to take our word for it... check out the customer testimonials!

 


 

 

Donnie Vincent

"I've researched many arrows over the years and while I did occasionally switch my system looking for a better mousetrap, I would always end up back where I started with my typical setup, 340’s tipped with 100gr broadheads. The total weight was around 350 grains and the FOC was less than 10%. That has all changed now..." See the Donnie Vincent Journey Here

 

 


 

 

Derek Gentile

"Anyone who is a serious bowhunter owes it to themselves to try a heavier arrow/broadhead setup. It will change the way you think about speed bows forever! I am a true believer in Dr, Ashby's theory and the fine product these guys are putting out after consecutive kills on Brown Bear, Elk and Whitetail. What a season and I still have a few months of Whitetail hunting in my home state of Michigan."
See the Derek Gentile Story Here

 

 


 

 

J.D. Drew

"That's when it dawned on me that the GrizzlyStik arrows and the GrizzlyStik broadheads were a system. I figured if I tried the heavier full length tapered GrizzlyStik arrows with their heavier single bevel broadheads I wouldn't have any more failures like I had with my lighter faster set-ups."
See the J.D. Drew Journey Here

 

 


 

 

Chase Lamborn

"When it comes to hunting big game, shooting a light arrow/broadhead setup is a gamble—even with a perfect shot. I’ve probably had worse luck than most people who have had the opportunity to shoot a big bull elk with a bow, but after losing two of them because of poor arrow penetration, I was determined to try something different. The story that follows is one of those experiences, and how the Grizzlystik setup compared."
See the Chase Lamborn Story Here

 

 


 

 

Will Jenkins

"I was certain the Momentum UFOC arrows would fall like rocks outside of 30 yards. I couldn’t have been more wrong. While I lost some overall range from my adjustable sight the flight of the arrow actually produces a more consistent arc than lighter carbon arrows. Previously my arrows sunk hard after about 45 yards now I have much more consistent arrow flight out to 80 yards."
See the Will Jenkins Story Here

 

 


 

 

Michael Abell

"My arrows aren’t quite 650 grains, 624 to be exact. Close enough, I’m absolutely sold, because they absolutely work. But probably more important for me, they compensate for the excited little kid in me who tells me, “yeah you can make that shot, come on, you can do it”. Years ago, I would try to talk myself out of a less than optimal shot angle, now it’s no problem. With my Grizzlystiks the vitals are now a WHOLE lot bigger. I won’t use anything else on big game ever again."
See the Michael Abell Story Here

 

 


 

 

Mick Cheshire

"Before my trip to Africa I shot Carbon Xpress 300's w/Slick Trick 125 broadheads. While researching bowhunting in Africa I read about using heavier arrows but that thinking was opposite to everything I had heard before. Then I tested heavy high FOC arrows... Since then we have had complete pass throughs on kudu, waterbuck, impala, sable, wildebeest, and nyala We broke both shoulders on the waterbuck - broke the shoulder of the kudu and piled up the eland with in 80 yards These set ups have been amazing."
See the Mick Cheshire Story Here

 

 


 

 

Jeremy Johnson

"When it comes to hunting big game, shooting a light arrow/broadhead setup is a gamble—even with a perfect shot. Back when I hunted with a 400 grain arrows and replaceable blade heads I had concerns about the effectiveness of those set-ups. I tried them all, light, medium and heavy. At the end of the day, if it's success you’re after, you can't do better than a 650 grain arrow with some quality steel up front."
See the Jeremy Johnson Story Here

 

 


 

 

Steve Rucinski

"Too many people feel, if it's not broke don't fix it but sometimes that is actually when to break it. You may just find out it was kinda broken all along...

I’m now set on GrizzlyStik FOC arrows and Maasai broadheads. I believe this is a huge reality for many whitetail only hunters, they will always want speed to some degree. My Whitetail setup is proof positive that you really can get the best of all worlds here!"
See the Steve Rucinski Story Here

 

 


 

 

Luke Johnson

"I was shooting a 73# compound and a 425 grain arrow. ...the broadhead entered low behind the shoulder and ended up clipping the spine. She dropped pretty much on the spot... but I wondered what would have happened if things had worked out differently. I just wasn't impressed by the poor penetration. Yes, my short draw length leaves me a little short-changed in the arrow speed department, but I still expected better performance while shooting a “fast” bow."
See the Luke Johnson Story Here

 

 


 

 

Todd Smith

"I shoot lightweight bows between 47# - 50#. That’s not a lot of power so I need the most effective arrows I can get. Since switching to 650 grain arrows with single bevel broadheads I have had complete broadhead penetration on every deer I’ve shot. It hasn’t always been that way..."
See the Todd Smith Story Here

 

 


 

650 Grain Arrows Don't Drop As Much As You Think! - Check out this video.

 




GrizzlyStik founder Ed Schlief demonstrates the effect of increased head weight on arrow trajectory. 
 

 



 

Take the 650 Challenge and get it all...