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Rage 3-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

1-1/2"

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9 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
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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). 100-grain. 1-1/2'' cutting diameter. 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 three-blade fixed blade broadhead
  • Machined aircraft-grade aluminum body
  • HexFlat design - stable flight with cut-on-contact stainless steel tip
  • Three 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
  • 1-1/2'' cutting diameter
Rage 3-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads 3.8 5 154 154
BEST BROADHEAD ON THE MARKET shot a 10 point buck @ 25 yards with a Parker Phoenix 34 set @ 28 '" draw 65 lb pull. Broadhead performed flawlessly deer ran 20 yards and dropped over dead. left imediate blood trail and 2" entrance and exit hole. no damage to broadhead. Wont use anything else and would recomend these to anybody. They fly just like field tips but they come with a practice head also. November 8, 2007
great expandable broadhead I have killed several deer with these broadheads and they do what they say on the package. I am very impressed with the size of hole they cut and the fact that you can practice with their practice broadheads. October 18, 2013
amazing shot my first deer with a bow a year ago and dropped it right there. all 3 blades deployed. very happy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! January 27, 2010
Great broadheads Uses: This year on the 3rd day of archery here in Pennsylvania I tagged a large doe using these broadheads. The shot was a little high and back but these blades did there job. It left a huge hole on both sides of the deer. There was a massive blood trail to follow. It was almost like a gunshot hole. They shoot just like field tips. I have had other tips shoot 2" lower than field tips. These do not. Cons: The tips seem to get messed up after use. I recommend replacing the blades as this seems to fix the problem. If they hit a tree or rock they do not seem to hold up just like any other tip i have used. October 7, 2009
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Draw weight is determined by the spine weight of the arrow shaft. If you are talking about energy and impact then you need to required your question.
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I would say somewhere from 45-50 lbs
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I like to hunt out of a blind some and I keep the netting down. Has anyone had any experience with these broadheads and shoot through netting?
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I do not reccomend any mechanical bladed broadhead for shoot thru netting, they will open on inpact. Use something like a wasp or a muzzy, you'll be happy.
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No they don't go through netting that good, since they will even deploy in mid-air. If you want a broad head that can shoot through netting buy the T3 by G5. You just need to buy a stronger retention clip, which G5 sells for the T3. I'm more of a grim reaper person myself, but the T3 is a good broad head for shooting through netting and does a 1 1/2" cut.
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how many are in one order?

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Usually 3 a pack and a practice tip comes with it>
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4- 3 heads and 1practice
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Three broadheads. Three blade and two blade doesn't matter.
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Item number 38-886-993-00 includes 3 broadheads. Item number 38-886-993-01 includes 3 tips and 9 blades. Item number 38-886-993-02 includes 3 practice heads.
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Check out the NAP kill zones. They do not use o rings.
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No, there are many different types of mechanical broadheads and not all use o-rings
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no not all of them some use a retainer clip like the G3
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no over the top style do not
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spitfire does not. its great not to have to use them. you just close the blades and they stay closed unitl impact
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Can I get replacement o-rings and do the replacement blades come with a tool to take the broadhead apart?
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Yes and yes. Check out your local BPS.
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Replacement o-rings cand be obtained from Rage. As to the tool I have not needed any thing special other tha what I have in my archey tool kit.
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you can pick up a blade replacement kit from BPS. Boil the heads in water for a bit to loosen up any material that would be in the threads.
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you can get replacement o-rings at bass pro but if you have a kid or know someone who has braces the bands that they use to move your jaw into line can be used
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You sure can.....I'm using a Barnett ghost 400 and they work fine....I prefer the 3 blade to the 2 blade since they are shorter and feel that they are some what stronger.
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I have a Horton vision 175 and I used the three blade last year without a problem. Excellent for crossbows.
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Yes, extremely effective even with the fastest of bows.
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Yes, you sure can. I use nothing but rage for my ten point crossbow.
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Yes - I have used them at higher speeds of over 320 fps. They perform very well and they do not open prematurely.
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I've shot these with no problems out of a crossbow, they come with a practice tip so you dont have to waste a broadhead sighting in. What I do is get close with a regular field point and do all the fine tuning with the practice tip.
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I would stick with a fixed blade
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I feel that the 3 blades are shorter and therefore stronger ymho
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I prefer the 3 blade only because all I have ever used are 3 blade fixed and mechanical. I have more confidence with 3 blades versus 2....
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3 blades gives you cushin if the deer moves even a cm, you still have the 3 blades vs the 2, better chance to hit a vital, lighter in weight as well
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I believe 3 is better -just in case the two blade is parallel to a major blood vessel - it wouldn't cut it - 3 Blade leaves a huge open wound
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I've tried both and currently use the 3 blade for more overall cutting surface. I've not had any problems, but the blades on the 3 blade can "physically" interfer with one another when deploying, where the 2 blades cannot. Again, I haven't had that happen but the blades on the 3 blade do overlap, so I guess it could.
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The advantage I see in 3 blades is the extra cutting diameter. Not in overall tip to tip cutting distance, as the 2 blade is larger when measured in that fashion, but the extra blade might catch vitals on off angle shots where theoretically a 2 blade could slide by without hitting vitals. Do I know this for sure - no - however I am not willing to bet on it either.
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In my opinion they both work well. It mostly depends on what you want. I just feel more comfortable using three blades over two.
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its a preferance thing. some guys i know say three fletching, three blade. in my opinoin whatever causes the most devistation, flies accurate, and is easy to tune is the best. try the rage . they rock. super easy to use and shread through bone tissue engin blocks. just kidding on that last one but i think you get what i was saying
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two blade by my expierence, didnt get any pass throughs with the three(only two deer) did with the two
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2 blade
One less blade that may not open.
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I bought a pack of these and I can't wait to use them. However I may be doing some hunting out of a ground blind and was wondering if I could shoot these safely through mesh? Will they open when they hit the mesh or not?Thanks a lot. God bless and good hunting.
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I would not recommened shooting them through the mesh... They are designed to fly like a field tip and if even one blade deloys early it can throw off your shot enough to make a big difference.
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I hunt quite a bit from a ground blind, but cannot tell you if it will open. I usually open 2 or 3 shooting holes before I start my day, just to be on the safe side. I know, that fixed blades with cut the mesh and fly true, but dont know on these.
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Do not attempt to shoot through mesh, they will open....
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based upon my experience with them, I would think you can shoot them through mesh.. just use caution taking them out of the quiver as they will pre-deploy nearly 50% of the time
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You can shoot them through mesh, however it's like hitting a tree branch, it will be deflected in sone way! Wouldn't recommend shootinganything but a gun through mesh
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I have used them in my ameristep ground blind and they have not opened when hitting the mesh...using a fast bow though - 378 grain arrow at 323 fps.
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yes you can shoot them through mesh. dont even worry
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I shot through some mesh last pre season. blades did not deploy but had alot of arrow deflection. Will never shoot through mesh with any broad head...
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Do not shoot these through mesh the rage broadhead opens very fast you can go to there web site and watch a video. This goes for all mechanical broadheads. Fixed blades will work for close shots 20 yards and under stay away from fixed broadheads with curved blades when shooting through the mesh.As always practice first.
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You do not want to shoot through mesh with any broadhead, because of arrow deflection, as far as opening goes, they probaly are not going to open anyway.
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I'd be scared to shoot any type mechanical broadhead through the mesh. Great choice on the rage though, shocking results
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