Rage® Chisel 3-Blade Expandable Mechanical Broadheads
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- Rage’s rear-deploying SlipCam™ broadheads
- Bone-busting chisel point
- ShockLock™ blade-retention system
- O-ring acts as a shock absorber for the blades
- Blades remain locked until moment of impact
- Black, anti-friction chisel points
- Red-anodized ferrules
The proven, extremely popular technology of Rage’s rear-deploying SlipCam broadheads combined with a bone-busting chisel point. The ShockLock blade-retention system locks the blades in place with an O-ring that acts as a shock absorber for the blades—and they remain locked until the moment of impact. Black, anti-friction chisel points and red-anodized ferrules.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by wader09 Worth Every Penny
I bought a set of these last year after a salesman gave me a pitch that I couldn't refuse. I'm glad I listened to him. They shoot just like a field tip with no noticeable drop. I got to use them on a doe at 30 yards. Had a clean pass through. The deer was down within 20 yards. The blood trail was huge. After shooting these I don't see how I could ever go back to my old fixed blades. The only issue I have with them is trying to find the pieces I need to reuse them (i.e. O-rings, etc.). Not every store seems to carry them.
November 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by burnsg61 Rage
I was able to draw back and site in on a nice doe on day 2 of archery. Front leg went forward and the Rage impacted just behind the front leg and she dropped within 60 yards from impact. These broadheads are AWESOME!
October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saint722 Thanks Review writers
A complacent crossbow hunter for many years, with physical limitations, who has tracked many Deer for long distances and lost some nice Buck's due to bone deflected bolts, has learned his lesson. I have toted these Broad heads in my quiver for a few years and never before this 2013 season used one. I stuck with solid tips long enough to get frustrated enough to believe the great reviews on these units. " Dropped at 50 Yds.", some said. I bagged large Deer morning day one and a second evening on Day 2. Both were bone crushing double lung shots and they dropped about 100 yds. Not the 500 yds. I am used to. worth the price and not much more than the top end solid Broad heads. Thanks for honest reviews.
September 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by lewisw25 Impressed
December 21, 2012 in a snow storm in WV. 30 yd shot blown off point to the hip. Broke femur and deer was down in 50 yds. I have the broad head and arrow ready for a new hunt.
February 22, 2013
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