Tips For the Ultimate Ramcat Performance

Because the Ramcat Broadhead blades were designed to roll forward in the rare event of not getting a pass-through, we recommend that when you take the broadheads out of the package, make sure that the blades are tightened in the position they were shipped in. You can use an 1/16” Allen wrench. After shooting several times, you may need to re-tighten the blades with the Allen wrench.

With the monster cut diameter of the Ramcat, practice draw all your hunting arrows that you have Ramcats on to make sure that the 1 3/8″ or 1 ½” cut diameter clears your riser. You can also do this by making sure you have one blade at 9 o’clock. This will allow the other two blades to clear the riser. Indexing the blades will assure everything clears. Also, again because of the cut diameter, make sure the blades clear in your quiver.

Ramcat Quiver Arrow Loading & Removal


Simply place the arrow with the Ramcat above the top gripper and below the hood. Spread the thumb tab open to allow the arrow to snap into the upper & lower gripper then line the Ramcat Broadhead up with the custom hood design and slide it up in.


Just repeat the above steps in reverse.