• Samurai OVERKILL™ 200 Broadheads<br> 3-Pack

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Item #: 4602
Our Price: $49.99


The Samurai 200 OVERKILL are currently out of stock

We have a new shipment arriving the week of October 26th

Place your order now to be filled as soon as we are re-stocked

We sold out our 2020 production run the first week of August - Thank You!

We're scheduled to recieve our next shipment the first week of November.

If you'd like to shoot the Samurai 200 OVERKILL this year, you can place your order and we will hold it in back order and fulfill as soon as the new shipment comes in.  

All back orders will be fullfilled first come/first serve. Place your order today to hold your place.

"GrizzlyStik - Setting You up for Success"

Derek Gentile and a nice brown bear taken with GrizzlyStik Momentum arrows
and a Maasai single bevel broadhead.


The 200-grain Samurai is one of the best choices you can make for one broadhead that can do it all.  

The 200-grain Samurai is for bowhunters who are looking for a broadhead that can deliver maximum penetration and lethal performance even on the heaviest of bone! The long narrow profile of the Samurai 200 allows it to give you more penetration with less energy expended. The high mechanical advantage of the Samurai 200 makes it one of the best choices in broadheads you can make.

GrizzlyStik Samurai single bevel broadheads, with their deep, razor-sharp single bevels and thick ultra-tuff blades split and blow through bone as only a GrizzlyStik single bevel can.

Even with lighter sub-650 grain set-ups, you're increasing your odds of blowing through bone when you're shooting our single bevel broadheads.

The 200-grain Samurai single bevel broadheads is an excellent choice for all North American big game and African plains game including Cape buffalo.

Set yourself up for success with GrizzlyStik Samurai 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.)

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

GrizzlyStik Samurai is based on the straight-edged, high mechanical advantage broadheads, that were more efficient in all of Dr. Ashby's reports.

Right bevel only.

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



  OVERKILL Samurai 125 Broadhead:  


♦  AUS4 Stainless Steel  

♦  54 Rockwell Hardness

♦  .068" Blade Thichness

♦  1.13" x 3.28"

♦  Straight edge design

♦  Wide 25° Single bevels

♦  Tanto - No skip tip

♦  CNC 7075 aluminum ferrule

♦  Smooth transition, low profile ferrule

♦  Ferrule diameter .334"

♦  Stainless Steel Hex screws

♦  Razor-sharp and ready to hunt

♦   200-grains

♦  Fits all standard 8x32 threaded inserts

♦  Right Bevel Only

♦  3 per pack


Click here to see all the Ashby broadhead penetration reports 

Click to see our broadhead guarantee.

Caution: Does NOT fit Easton Deep Six



Maasai 200 Grain vs Cape Buffalo



Congratulations to Dr. John Crawford on this Cape buffalo. The picture shows what you can expect when you set yourself up with GrizzlyStik arrows and broadheads - complete broadhead penetration like this, even on Cape buffalo after going through ribs on both sides. (Dr. Crawford used a 200 grain single bevel Maasai broadhead and a GrizzlyStik Momentum 250 tapered carbon arrow. One shot - one kill.)





Maasai 200 Grain vs Argentinean Water Buffalo



Our good friend Santiago Rossi hunts and guides all over the world. He is concerned with the success of his clients and the ethical harvesting of all big game animals. Here is a picture of some testing he was doing post-mortem on a big Argentinean water buffalo. The total arrow weight was 750 grains, and the broadhead was a GrizzlyStik 200 grain Maasai single bevel.






Maasai 125 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