Item #: 93004
Reg. Price: $29.99
Our Price: $25.00
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~ We afound a very limited stock of Maasai 175 Left Bevel Heads in Our Factory ~ 

 

Single Head - Perfect Condition

 

Limited supply - when they are gone they are gone

All sales are final 

 

 


 

 

"GrizzlyStik - Setting You up for Success"



GrizzlyStik Maasai single bevel broadheads were originally based on the proven convex design of the popular Silver Flame broadheads we manufacture. Even though Dr. Ashby's reports favored straight edged, high mechanical advantage broadheads, our testing has shown that this convex shape supports the tip better for much greater tip strength.

Our 200 grain Maasai has proven to be the most indestructible broadhead we offer. In all our testing we have yet to break one. As a matter of fact, one bowhunter achieved a complete pass-through on a hippo skull. Another, after putting an arrow through the lungs of an elk and wanting to get one more in him, completely penetrated the skull on a bull elk - dropping him on the spot.

GrizzlyStik Maasai single bevel broadheads, with their deep, razor sharp single bevels and thick ultra-tuff blades split and blow through bone like only a GrizzlyStik single bevel can. They’re suitable for any North American big game and African plains game. (Note - The 200 grain Maasai is suitable for all big game world wide.)

Set yourself up for success with GrizzlyStik Maasai broadheads. When powered by the right arrow and you’ll never have to worry about bone hits again. (For bone breaking performance we recommend a minimum of 650 grains in total arrow/broadhead weight.)

Our Maasai broadhead gives you the option of five weights for any bowhunting situation. They’re razor sharp right from the package and suitable for any big game animal on the face of the earth.

Take advantage of the single bevel edge. Fill your quiver with Maassai-tipped GrizzlyStiks and hunt hard with confidence in your equipment.

Available in 175, 150 and 125 grains. Left bevel close out.

 

 

Click to see our broadhead guarantee .

 

 

Note: Always match left bevel with left helical vanes/feathers and right bevel with right helical vanes/feathers.

 

 

  Maasai Broadhead Specs:  
  • 440C Stainless Steel blades - Sub Zero Quenched
  • 58 Rockwell Hardness
  • Convex edge design
  • 25 degree Single bevel (right or left)
  • Tanto tip
  • CNC aircraft grade aluminum ferrule
  • Smooth transition, low profile ferrule
  • Ferrule diameter .334"
  • Stainless Steel Torx screws
  • Razor sharp and ready to hunt
  • Available in, 175, 150 and 125 grains
  • Screw in design fits all threaded inserts
  • 3 per pack
 
  Maasai Broadhead Dimensions:  
  Maasai 125 1.13" x 2.50"  
  Maasai 150 1.13" x 2.54"  
  Maasai 175 1.13" x 2.65"  
       
       
 

Click here to read the full Ashby report on single bevel broadheads.

 
 

 

 

Maasai 150 Grain vs Caribou



 

 

"Gentlemen! Returned from northern Quebec on a great Caribou hunt!! I was able to connect on a nice Boo the first evening we arrived with my Mathews bow and Alaska Bowhunting arrows and 150 gr Massai broadheads! He was 39 yards and quartering to me! It did some serious damage as the arrow passed through and buried in the tundra behind him! Enclosed are some pics, you can see the entry and exit holes were very deadly! The shot may look a lil far back on the exit, but the quartering to me shot was deadly!"
Brent D. Scott

 

 

Maasai 150 Grain vs Elk

 

 

"Rode Walker (A.K.A. "Bonehead") was successful with the Maasai in day 3 (Sept 3rd) of his scheduled 7 day hunt. We were into bulls daily and had several close encounters with nice bulls. This was not the herd bull that we went after that morning but both he and I could not have been happier with the hunt. The Maasai performed flawlessly as the 8 yard shot blew open a rib on the entry side enabling the arrow to pass through and continue its flight for another 38 yards!"   Mark James

 

Maasai vs Steel Stud

 

 

Someone missed their target and accidentally shot this Maasai broadhead 30 yards into a steel stud. The Maasai wins again!

 

 

 

 

According to Dr. Ashby: (Pictured above)

"If it works on these brutes, a whitetail will be a piece of cake."
and
"Don’t design a broadhead for when everything goes right,
design a broadhead for when everything goes wrong."