Rage Chisel 2-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads
I've been using rage broadheads for the past 3 seasons now. They have never failed me. Leaves a great blood trail. Other than one shoulder shot none of my deer have gone more than 40 yards after being hit with one of these bad boys. I will continue to use them as long as they keep making them.
October 27, 2014
I was very disappointed in the performance of these broadheads. The didn't perform well at all ive hit two deer with them one with no blood at all and one with very little blood. either on was a pass thru shot makes me sick as a sportsman to lose game like that . Ivv heard horror stories about slip cam broad heads now I believe it never again do I buy these broadheads
October 24, 2014
There are ok but last night i shot a doe in the shoulder only got 3 inches pen. But tonight shot one double lung she ran 40 yards and piled up.
October 17, 2014
My Broadhead of Choice
Here's the need-to-know on these broadheads. I have shot Rage for 5 seasons now, this being the first for the chisel tips. In the previous seasons I shot more of an entry level bow (PSE Stinger) and lighter carbon fiber arrows (carbon express blue streak) and I never got a complete pass through with a deer, however, none of them made it 50 yards. This year I am shooting a bow at 350 fps IBO and heavy arrows (11.3 gpi) and just blew through a 300 lb black bear (piled up after ten yards) and had to pry the arrow out of the ground after. With that being said, I wouldn't try to fling these out of an older/slower shooting bow with light arrows. I think the reason a lot of people have problems is that their setups are not generating enough kinetic energy. Another thing to be noted is the chisel tip bodies appear to be made out of a lighter aluminum. After shooting my black bear the sides of the broadhead were grooved out where the blades deployed on impact rendering it unusable again. Some people may have a problem spending $40 on broadheads that are a one time use, but I look at it like if you are going to spend thousands of dollars on a hunt I'm willing to lose $10-15 on a product that I know is going to put down the animal.
June 14, 2014