Ramcat 100 Grain 3 Pack Original Broadheads

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Ramcat 100 Grain 3 Pack Original Broadheads

$39.99

4.76 out of 5 based on 25 customer ratings
(25 customer reviews)

100 GRAIN | 3 PACK

  • DRAFTING: Patented deep lobes in cutting tip: the deep lobes create an air foil that drafts wind over the blades and disallows windplaning.
  • HYDROFOIL: Once in the animal, the lobes create a hydrofoil forcing body mass outward and thus removing friction down the arrow shaft; this results in the deepest penetration on the market.
  • Offset and Stealth blade design
  • The blades are .032″ thick for strength and have no blade windows.
  • The replacement blades are sharpened front and rear to create a backcut if the head does not pass through the animal. It will cut its way back out!
  • One piece stainless steel body construction.
  • 100 grain, 1 3/8″ cut diameter.
  • Field point accuracy and deadly quiet in flight.

25 reviews for Ramcat 100 Grain 3 Pack Original Broadheads

  1. 4 out of 5

    Haven’t used one yet. Nowhere sells these around here(Simpsonville, SC).
    I like the back cut idea. Anyway to get a sample before i spend $40 for 3. I’m disabled and on s very tight budget.

    • Hi Mark,

      Did you look on our website for dealers in SC? We only have samples for dealers. We hope you will give them a try. You won’t be disappointed.

      Thanks.

      Chris

  2. 5 out of 5

    Five Stars…..Best Broadhead that I have ever used. I shot Four deer with the Ramcat last season. All past through two through both shoulders. The blades held up great I just sharpened and kept using the same broadhead. The blood trail was outstanding all the deer fell within 20 to 30 yards. If you are looking for a great broadhead for this season get some Ramcat’s.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Have been using the new coring broad head last year, lost a buck with it. Had planned on using their new spiral cut for this year till on a whim i decided to try and test both that and a ramcat. Fired the first broad head and flew down and to the right, then came the ramcat. A shot and loud crack later, seemed as though i lost my arrow. As i walked up to the target being disappointed in my shot i noticed something in the tree behind the target, it was my arrow and ramcat buried in the tree. A total pass thru dead center in the target. Pulled the head out and shot it 4 more times, with a pass thru from a “broad head” target each time! Needless to say those heads from last year will be going in the garbage and I will have ramcats tipping my arrows on my trip to Missouri this year!

    • Hi Shaun,

      Thanks for sending this. We really appreciate it and please post it on our facebook page! Thanks again.

      Chris

  4. 5 out of 5

    3 Ramcats 3 deer down! I can’t believe the penetration power of these broadheads. I put an arrow through a window and smoked a Buck 30 yards away horrible shot placement but fortunately the Ramcat pulled off a complete pass through going through each shoulder and buried itself 3 in in the dirt. I was able to follow the blood trail nearly by moonlight alone and was happy to find the deer I probably should have never taken a shot at in the first place. Thank you Ramcat.

  5. 5 out of 5

    After seeing this broadhead perform at the local archery show, I was convinced. I decided to give these a try that year. After shooting muzzy’s and Montecs for a couple years. when I put the ramcat on there was no tuning required. these broadheads fly hands down better than any other fixed blade on the market. I have killed 3 deer to date with these and had a pass through every time with minimal damage to them. I had just recently nocked up a Rage Hypodermic 100gr broadhead on the last deer I killed this yea.needless to say… the Ramcats are back in my quiver for good!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    I shot my first archery doe last year with a ramcat broadhead and smoked her. Pass through, she went 40 yards. I got my first buck this year and was using a 2 blade rage. No pass through… It really bothered me that I didn’t get a pass through, so the next day I went to a shop and picked up a pack of ramcats and the ramcat quiver. Went out the next Saturday and smoked a doe. Easy pass through. Now that I have the quiver, I’ll be shooting ramcats for a very long time. Thank you Brett for a great and amazing broadhead!

  7. 2 out of 5

    This has been my first year bow hunting and so far I have two great miss stories. I’m sure it’s me and not the equipment so relax. I’m using the Ramcat 100 grain broadhead but since I do not have a kill testimony I will share this. The only down side I can see so far is the outrageous cost of the Quiver. Your broadheads are prices at a wonderul and very resonable price however, if someone wants to use them and avoid any bending or damage to them then theres no choice then to buy your $100 plus quiver. Trust me when I say that if you use any other quiver you risk not only damaging your broadhead but the quiver. Sorry to say that this newby is going back to Rage or G5.

  8. 5 out of 5

    After all the great reviews I’ve read im going to try the ramcat this year been using grim reaper shot a doe last year no pass threw never found deer c.k from pa

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bought my first bow last year at cabelas asked the guy what broadheads he would recommend he handed me the ramcat 100 grain.. shot a doe first to try it out complete pass through at 29 yards she ran about 7 yards. The following hunt decided not to use my 7 mag and try the bow again nice buck came in at 37 yards shot complete pass through, the buck ran about 25 yards and left a trail of blood like nothing I’ve ever seen. No need for me to ever try another brand in my eyes…

  10. 5 out of 5

    We are shooting the original Ramcat 100 broadhead. Between my husband and myself we have taken 5 deer and 4 bears. All the kills were short recoveries and the blood trails were awesome. We have not had to adjust our sights from our field tips either. A big plus for this great broadhead.

  11. 5 out of 5

    I have been using the ramcats for 5 years now and cant say enough good about them. They fly exactly like a field point on a well tuned bow. They leave a devastating wound with a bloodtrail that will rival any mechanical and are tuff as they come. I haven’t been letdown yet by the 12 deer I have taken with them. The only complaint I ever had was they destroy any practice target fast and trying to fit them in a quiver was a real chore but now they have fixed both problems with there new quiver and practice blades that are unsharpened. Give them a try you will be glad you did!

  12. 5 out of 5

    This is going to be the second year using the ramcat. I love the way they work for me. Shot my first turkey with it last fall. They are flawless. Keep up the great work

  13. 5 out of 5

    Just used these on my bear hunt. Took a black bear with a head shot and it went through the skull at 30yds with no problem. Only problem was that the backcut doesn’t work on a skull when trying to get my broadhead back 🙂

  14. 5 out of 5

    Read some great reviews on these broadheads so I went out and bought some. Just shot my first deer with one. It went through both shoulders and into the ground!!! Deer went about 20 yards and I watched it drop from my tree stand. Instant blood and huge entrance and exit holes. Very impressive. I’ve made similar shots with expandables, ramcat out performs by a long shot.

  15. 5 out of 5

    By far the best broadheads that I’ve used. I have been archery hunting for 22 years and used many different broadheads. What sets the Ramcat apart from the others is the penetration and the devastating blood trails they leave behind.

  16. 5 out of 5

    I shoot the 100 grain ramcat but when I replace the blades I replace them with the 125 grain replacement blades gives you a little bigger wound channel and there is no difference in the arrow flight or point of impact thanks for making a truly great product

  17. 5 out of 5

    This is the first year using a Ramcat. So far I’ve shot 2 deer and have no complaints. Both went down less than 25 yards. They are the truest flying fixed blade I’ve ever shot, I’ve shot plenty of different brands. Plan on shooting them for years to come. Just wished the quiver wasn’t si expensive. Would love to have one.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Best Broadheads I’ve ever used. Took an 11 point this fall at 38 yards quartering away. Complete penetration through the far shoulder. Had a rediculous blood trail. I truly don’t think I would have found this deer had I been using the NAP spitfire’s I used last year. Thank you RAMCAT!

  19. 5 out of 5

    During the past 4 years, I’ve put about 8 or 10 deer and two turkeys in the freezer with the 100 gr. Ramcat broadhead. Except for one of the turkeys, every arrow passed through the target from 15 – 43 yards. One deer made it 150 yards, but most fall within 75 yards of of being hit. The broadhead hits about an inch high or low, depending upon the range, of where my field points impacts. On a couple of deer, the arrow was simply cleaned up and was able to be used again without any replacement blades; very tough indeed. I’m very satisfied with the performance of this broadhead.

  20. 5 out of 5

    If you have a truly fast crossbow this is the broadhead for accuracy. Today I made the longest shot of my life with my Mission 360. I have the Hawke scope which provides aiming points out to 100 yards. This crossbow throws arrows at 360 feet per second. I was no farther than 1-2” out of dead center out to 80 yds at which point the arrow was 3” out of center. At 100 yards I was 5” left and 3” low but I hit that target at 100 yards with the 100 grain Ramcat.
    I have an identical scope on my Scorpyd Orion. This crossbow throws arrows at 420 feet per second. I ran out of time as the wind began to blow steady but I am on from 20 yard to 70 yards with the Scorpyd. All arrows are within 2” of dead center.
    There are several great broadheads on the market that will shoot accurately and kill deer quickly. However, once the speed reaches 320 + feet per second, very few will still in the kill zone out to 40-50 yards. The Ramcat will go to at least 100 yards with no problem. I will be using these this deer season in both the Mission and the Scorpyd.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Being a low KE archer (54lb, 26″) I have always ad trouble finding broadheads to fly well and do the job. First doe I shot with one of these left a devastating blood trail. They fly like field points.

    Now I have my handicapped crossbow permit and will be using these heads with my new x bow, too.

    And DO BEWARE OF THE CHINESE KNOCKOFFS they are NOT the same at all!

  22. 3 out of 5

    Love the original ramcats they fly great! Haven’t shot anything with them yet but plan to. Would get 5 stars but shooting one fit practice and into a hay bale one of the blades broke off.

  23. 5 out of 5

    I shot a doe at a very steep angle with these broadheads and was blown away by the results. I blew completely through the spine and into one lung. I have never shot a fixed blade that flies better or out penetrates these heads. they are amazing!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Used the 100 grain with a crossbow on my first buck. Had a clean pass threw and left a giant exit wound. Deer ran less than 40 yards. Will be using again this year with my compound.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Always been a rage guy well I had trouble this past year with them. So I really like the design on these broad head so gave them a try. Keep in mind I’ve always been a mechanical guy. First deer I short was a doe at 25 yards complete pass through was the first complete pass through for me. I thought might have just been luck that time so I took the same exact head sharpened the same blades used to kill the doe and shot the biggest buck of my life and guess what a complete pass through maybe went 60 yards at the most what a great product!

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