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Rage 2-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads

   

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2

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Practice Head

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
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 366 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Awesome Great broad heads. I always recommend Rage's. I currently shoot the Hypodermics but this season I ran out of them and had to go back to these. I originally started bow hunting with these and remembered why I chose them in the first place. I killed a nice 8 pointer and 2 does with the 3-pack I bought and got pass thru's on all three. Great broad head! Amazing blood trails! February 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These broadheads are the best broadhead made, the hole is massive, leaves a blood trail like no other. Great Product November 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rage in the cage I made my bow kill on 10/26/2013 using the Rage 2-Blade. I shoot a Matthews Outback pulling 70lbs. The broadhead opened as designed and did a massive amount of damage. There was no "tuning" with these broadheads. I shot field points all year and then started using the practice tip included in the package and did not notice any change in accuracy. I could not be happier with their performance and will continue to use them for the foreseeable future. October 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Absolutely required After using any broad head once blade replacement is a must . But be sure to check broad head ferrel for true straightness before replacing blades as many ferrels are bent after use. Always check after by spinning head on arrow shaft that is true staight October 20, 2013
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Start with arrow weight? Greater the weight better the penetration.... Shoot a heavy arrow. Next poundage... Depends on what you're shooting. Deer type game 50-60 is probably fine. Draw length shouldn't be a problem if you take care of arrow weight and bow poundage. Penetrating too far is not a problem. Failure to break a rib and penetrate the chest cavity is!
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I would not shoot a Rage 2 Blade Broadhead on a bow with a draw weight under 60 lbs. Draw length I think anything below 27 inches will start to casue you problems. You need a certain amount of kinetic energy to push this broadhead through the vital of the deer and make a clean ethical kill. You owe that much to the animal you are hunting. Also keep in mind the diistance of your shots. As the arrow travels longer distances, it starts to slow and decrease in kinetic energy.
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Anyone have any pros or cons to using the Rage 2 Blade Expandable with a crossbow?
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No cons yet . 2 clean kills with my exclaimer equamax
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These work great in my parker cyclone. I use the two blade 2"cut 100grain heads and they are deadly. Very accurateand shoot tight groups. Have not found a con yet.
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Yes I have used the rage 2 balde 125 with my Barnett Crossbow and have Harvested three deer complete pass threw on all of them, two were Ohio Deer wich had some size to them and one was a Small buck in N.C.
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My personal view is I would not use them with any type bow.
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Yes. As long as you can hit its heart. If not you will wound the deer and it may slowly die. I do not recommend.
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yes but not legally
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Yes, if your shot is placed in the right place. Have done this before. Deer did not run 30 yards.
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Sure, but it will probably take a few days and you will not find the deer. It is not an ethical thing to do.
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Not unless a perfect shot. Dont try. just result in a wounded deer, try the red head blackouts
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yea but its illegal and the deer will run very far and you probably will never find it
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Not the way to do it but, YES. Any heart shot will kill the animal but the recovery of the animal will not be easy if you find it at all. I would not reccomend this or even attempting as a responsible hunter.
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Yes, With good shot placement it can.
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I imagine so. But why woud you do that? I'm pretty sure it's illegal in most if not all states.
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The answer is yes,, of course it can.
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.
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After every shot.
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Anytime they tear or after ever shot deer. (They will come off during the shot anyways)
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after every animal or every season which ever comes first
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Hi, Questman59! I change my blades and O ring after evry shot. I wonder if the people that are having problems are trying to skimp on money and reuse the O ring and blades. Hope this helps! Good Hunting and be Safe!! I have attached a couple of pictures of deer killed with my Rage.
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ONCE THEY BREAK TARGET SHOOTING I GET BETWEEN 7-15 SHOTS WITH EACH O RING
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when the blades no longer want to stay in the o ring
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i've never change them and had them for three seasons then shot a buck with one! unless they are broken, no worries!!
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Anytime you change the blades, or if they don't hold the blades in real tight
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The o ring only need to be changed when it breaks. as longs as it holds the blades closed there is no need to change th o ring
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I change them every time I shoot them, but if you don't shoot them for a while I would change them once a season just to be sure they won't crack and break while in the air!!
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As needed...I swicth mine if the oring is not holding the blades in very well
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Hi BigBuck141! I have shot 2 turkeys and the Rage have pretty much decapitated both of them! I have shot multiple things with my Rage, from squirrls, rabbits, pheasant and ground hogs. The Rage is pretty devistating to everything I've shot.
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I shot a gobbler with it this spring and he went down right there.. No damage either.
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The bigger and badder the better! I just shoot for center mass and it just decimates them! I always get plenty of meat, and don't have to go running across the countryside looking for a wounded bird!!
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headshots work. i body shot mine and had about a quarter of the breast meat bloodshot. better to be a dead turkey with little meat wasted then a wounded turkey suffering.
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Do not use on a turkey unless you have something on the other side to catch the meat. Unless you are a beard and spur hunter you may want something less destructive.
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Yes, they should be great, because they will tear it up. The turkeys vitals are fist sized and as you already know, they don't pose for the shot. The bigger the cut, the better for Mr. gobbles. The actual meat loss isn't that extreme considering with the smaller cutting heads, you may not find the bird before wiley coyote does.
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might be good for turky, not for deer.
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gators make a massive slice , little or no tearing at all . entrance and exit holes will be over 2'' ...
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Would be great def wont go far even if you make a bad shot
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I have killed a trukey with this and did not have any problem.. The bird took two steps and fell over. The meat was fine.
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good luck getting them in the turkey first, ive seen video of them boucing off deer's shoulder blades. id go with muzzys ive shot them through shoulder blades and you shouldnt have a problem.
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Are you Using a 125 grain Muzzy I was told by the Manufacturer rof My Crossbow to use heavier broadheads with a crossbow.. I had the same problem with the lighter Muzzy's . Will admit i changed to a different broadhead but the Muzzy's were working good..
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I can't answer this about Rage. But I do shoot Muzzy's from a cross bow.

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.
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they make rage for cross bow now
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go to a striker g5 they are great
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Yes I have muzzy broadheads for my crossbow. I noticed if you line up one of the blades with the fleching your groupings should be better. I would use Rage broadheads and skip the muzzy if this doesn't work for you. I like the muzzy but mine had the same issue until I lined up the blades with the fletching. More accurate that way. Hope this helps.
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if your using a carbon arrow you need a different broadhead, muzzy's just dont work well on carbon arrows from my experience, try a G5 montec.
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try playing around with different weights. i would not recomend changing broadheads as you are already shooting the best in my opinion. hope this helps!
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yea my hunting buddy shoots them through a 175pd parker crossbow shoots perfect and cuts unbelivebale.
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Never had much success with fixed blades in my crossbow,Mechanical broadheads however work great. I use 100gr. spitfire and absolutely love them. They make an awesome exit hole that you can put your fist in.
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swhacker or rage?

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which flies the best and has less problems.
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its all about shot placement so both will do the job. both fly like a field tip which ever one you like best will be the one to get
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Swhacker is a better broadhead. I have shot rage for a few years and I have had some very bad things happen with it. Go to the swhacker website and watch the video on the front page. There is a part 2 as well. Watch both of them they speak for themselves. They test multiple broadheads in three different catagories.
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rage is over rated three people i know lost deer last year to them they may all be bad shots? but surly one hit ok, on the bright side though rage did refund there money i told them to take it and buy some grim reapers
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Goodness, no brainer, Rage Slipcam broadheads produce the largest entry holes on the market. I have heard that the swhackers have heavier blades but the entry hole is the kicker for me! I have not ever lost a deer with these broadheads, even with marginal or gut shots! They die, and that is a big confidence builder!
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Hard to say since I know little about Swhacker but I can say I have lost my faith in the rage after loosing a great buck this year due to lack of penetration on BS shoulder shot. It performs perfect with a perfect shot but anything less than perfect will result in long and dissapointing blood trails. Blades are also pretty weak on rage. They tend to bend and nic easily.
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rage,buy a pack of both and try em you will find nothing flies as good and cuts as big a hole as the rage. (PUT EM DOWN)
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Personally I shoot Rage, and I have had ZERO problems. I don't use Swhacker broadheads so I cannot compare, but I will tell you this, RAGE is the way to go in my book!! I Shot 4 deer last year, 2 bucks, and 2 does, and not one of them ran over 60 yrds. They 2 blade leaves a 4 inch entry hole!!
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No contest, RAGE!
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Rage has the best warranty and they offer your money back. I had no problem killing a fox, and deer last year with mine. both blades open and proformed very well.
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SORRY BUT I TRUST NEITHER TO DO THE JOB.
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I use the 2 blade rage. Haven't had a problem with them yet. Dropped a few deer with them and they leave a nice trail to follow to the deer. And they now sell replacement bades, so that makes them a lot cheaper to use season to season.
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I just did a review that answers this.

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.
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This broad head will cut right into a moose, you will be impressed with the results! clean cut and deep penetration
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I have killed elk with my 60lb bow and Rage. Use 40ke blades for better penetration.
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My experience is limited to the two bladed version.
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?
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I would not trust any mechanical broadhead on game that large or tough. A good 3 or 4 blade broadhead with a "trocar" tip or a "cut on contact" design would be my choice. On game like that, it all depends on arrow placement.
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Stay away from the Rage, they don't open up half the time and you end up with no blood trail. Go with a Magnus Buzzcut two blade. These broadheads hit the target, even in wind and most don't make it more then 30 yrds. Plus you have a super blood trail. I lost two nice buck this year with the Rage, they are junk.
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I was actually talking to a buddy of mine who just came back from an elk hunt. Im asuming an elk hide would be comparable to a moose. He was using the 2 blade rage, not 1 but 2 different times he shot an elk and neither would penatrate more than 3-6 inches the arrow fell out both times. The blades were mangaled from the impact on the bone. He went back to a fixed blade and had no issuse harvesting an elk all in one trip
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never tried it on big game like that but i'm pretty sure that it will do just fine.
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Yes, if your shooting a shorter draw or lighter poundage you may want to shoot the 40KE. 1 1/2 inch two blade.
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nope. they dont work on deer so i wouldnt try them on big game.
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Yes you can use them on any game, as long as you got a good bow that shoots good and has a stong draw weight. My cousin shot a moose in Alaska with a Hoyt at 30 yards and had a clean pass through.
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I used practice tips on two arrows and practice tips on two other arrows and they shot the same. But they don't do as well as advertised. I would advice reading some of the negative reviews as well as the good before spending your hard earned money.
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They fly the exact same. I will shoot a field tip, pull the Rage practice head out and knock my fletchings off the field tip I just shot. Technology these days!
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These shoot EXACTLY like field tips. I know, I found that hard to believe at first too! shoot the practice tips they fly straight and true. They are the best ever!!
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i thought thats what it meant too. they do not hit where my field tips hit. the shoot low and left compared to mine.
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EXACTLY THE SAME PLACE AS YOUR FIELD TIPS HIT.
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I shoot both and the fly the same
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Absolutly you can practice with a field tip, as long as it is the same grain weight. The practice tip is only if you don't already have a field point or you are fine tuning a 60 yd shot. They fly almost identical to one another, but if you are practicing in a real treestand, or with brush I would use the Rage practice tip, because if it hits any trees, etc. then that means you need to trim the area, because the broadhead will expand, and it will deflect!!
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fly identical to field points, if you match the weight correctly
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they fly identical to field tips,if it means anything i always shoot my practice tip first, just because i know if i shoot it last that it will destroy one of my previously shot arrows..
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You can if thats what you choose, they are not much diffarance at all. I shot about a cm off with my Hoyt Maxxis. They shoot extremely well, but i would shoot at least one to double check though, but it should br pretty close though.
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When I shot my practice tip, it flew just like the fields point arrows. I would still use a practice tip to make sure.
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Yes. And it is very durable.
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yes they have 3 broadheads 1 practice broadhead and 1 extra o-ring witch you will need later.
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Every pack of rage I have seen come with a practice head.
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Yes
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Yes it sure does, I am an associate at Bass Pro Shops and I know for a fact
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yes
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yes
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Yes it comes with a practice blade. You can also buy a pack of 3 practice blades to, if you want to have extra.
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absolutely does.
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