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OVERKILL™ Samurai 150 Broadheads 3-Pack

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SKU: 4603
$54.99
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NOTE:  ALL Single Bevel BROADHEADS LISTED ARE RIGHT BEVEL

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"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 150-grain Samurai has proven itself to be effective on all North American big game. 

The 150-grain Samurai is perfect for bowhunters who are looking for that 575-grain to 585-grain 'sweet spot' which gives bowhunters the optimum balance of - a hard-hitting arrow and a good flat trajectory!

When you're running a 575-grain setup with a razor-sharp, cut-on-contact, single bevel broadhead like this OVERKILL Samurai 150 you are equipped for pass-through performance and bone-breaking potential.

GrizzlyStik Samurai 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.

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.

Our 150-grain Samurai single bevel broadheads are suitable for all North American big game and African plains game.

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. 





Click here to see all the Ashby broadhead penetration reports 

Click to see our broadhead guarantee.

Caution: Does NOT fit Easton Deep Six



OVERKILL Samurai 150 Broadhead:

♦  AUS4 Stainless Steel  

♦  54 Rockwell Hardness

♦  .068" Blade Thichness

♦  1.13" x 2.78"

♦  Straight edge design

♦  Wide 25° Single bevels

♦  Tanto - No skip tip

♦  CNC aircraft grade aluminum ferrule

♦  Smooth transition, low profile ferrule

♦  Ferrule diameter .334"

♦  Stainless Steel Hex screws

♦  Razor-sharp and ready to hunt

♦  150 grains

♦  Fits all standard threaded inserts

♦  Right Bevel Only

♦  3 per pack

**Whitetail Q&A** - Bowhunters making the switch to a heaveier, high FOC system understandably ask many of the same questons. One queston we repeatedly get is "if I shoot an arrow under Dr. Ashby's 650 grain heavy bone threshold, can I still gain lethal penetration through the shoulder of a whitetail?" Good question.
 
Though we love the bone breaking certainty of our 650 grain system, the simple answer is "yes." As a case study, @jayfishzambia deminstrates the penetration an OVERKILL Samurai 150 can deliver on Black Death when tipped on a 500 grain arrow. If Jay can penetrate to the offside of a Cape Buffalo with this set up - we know whitetail hunters are more than covered.






**Fuzzy California 7x6** - “Dear GrizzlyStik, it took me 5 years to draw my CA X7A Archery Mule Deer tag. Planning for this hunt sent me on research madness. I did my homework and ordered a test kit.

At the same time, I started the long task of finding a shooter buck for my tag. It took me one month into scouting to find him. Based on my scouting and broadhead testing, it appeared that I needed to have a max range of 70 yards. I selected your OVERKILL Samurai 150 to improve my FOC but not lose too much speed. My shoot was at 42 yards with a 45 degree uphill shoot. The shoot landed perfectly, he went 50 yards and expired. He Scored 177 3/8 . I couldn’t be happier!” - Skyler Allingham