Rage 2-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads
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Advanced SlipCam™ rear blade deployment -- no deflection!
Standard mechanical broadheads tend to lose power quickly upon impact. With the SlipCam Rear Blade Deployment System, that's no longer a problem! Rage® Broadheads' streamlined profile provides the unerring accuracy and arrow speed of a field tip, but you also get the full deadly force of a fixed-blade broadhead! The machined aircraft aluminum body features HexFlat™ design for stable flight, with a stainless steel instant-cut tip. The cam-deployed rear blades follow the tip without grabbing or deflecting, even on an angled hit, and are guaranteed to deploy before entry, maintaining full kinetic energy. ShockLock™ system holds blades firmly in place (no more rubber bands). 2'' cutting diameter. 100-grain. FREE practice broadhead included.
- Slipcam Rear Blade Deployment System keeps energy and power through impact on into the target
- Accuracy of a field tip with deadly impact of a fixed blade broadhead
- Machined aircraft-grade aluminum body
- HexFlat design - stable flight with cut-on-contact stainless steel tip
- Cam deployed rear blades - no deflection, no energy loss on impact
- No rubber bands to hold blades in place during flight thanks to ShockLock system
- 2'' cutting diameter
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But,, and there's always a but,,, your shot placement would have to be almost perfect and let's be honest,, what are the chances of that out there in the real world?
The reason we use broadheads is that they maximize the chances of a kill. Field points are not intended for hunting and therefore are a VERY poor choice.
Besides,, in many states they are illegal to use for hunting purposes.
I can tell you that if your broadheads don't hit the same as field points, you have a tuning problem. Using a mechanical broadhead to get better groups is simply masking the problem, not curing it.
Cross bows need to be tuned just like compound bows.
No, I tried on Hog saturday and couldn't get more than .5" penetration.
They are probably good for rabbits, honestly I wouldnt want to risk it using them on deer even.
With that in mind I can tell you that the Rage will perform as well or better than any other broadhead against Elk or larger game. The penetration these things will give you are simply amazing. Great design, great aerodynamics and consistent performance.
What more can you ask for?