HexFlat™ design, with no rubber bands; cam deployment is utterly reliable. Rear deployment; flies like a field point. Machined aircraft-grade aluminum body. FREE practice broadhead included. 3/4" diameter closed, 1-3/4" open.
Rated 2 out of 5 by MrNate Think twice.
This broad head is really hard to rate. This is my first season using these broad heads and I have strong mixed feelings about them. I have shot at and killed 3 bucks with them this year. All 3 where nice broad side shots at about 30-35 yrds. This broad head really does alot of damage when it hits. I have not found another broad head that will do the same. But they dont seam to leave a blood trail. The first buck i shot had a trail that i could follow with a little effort but the next 2 I could find almost nothing, A spot or 2 here and there. I found all 3 of the deer but I had to do alot of back tracking and finger crossing . And all 3 I hit right behind the front shoulder so it wasnt bad shot placement . I feel they might be a little risky to use.
December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by meier3848 these broadheads are awesome! harvested four deer
excellant value, these broadheads do the number on Deer!
December 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by catman72 great for any hunter
puts a cut you wont belive in a deer.will never own any other mechanical broadhead again
November 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by bipolar excellent
just started using rage crossbow broadheads with excellent results--three shots, three deer hit, two deer killed; great penetration.
November 13, 2012
You can buy replacement kits for the blades and o-rings for half the price and a new set of broad heads. Its easy to do and i find it to be a little fun at the end of the season. after you shoot the broad head the blades get beaten up pretty good so I suggest changing them after every shot.
I'm using a crossbow this year and switched to the "crossbow' broadheads. I cant really tell a difference. The tip is a little wider, the crossbow version uses a screw to remove blades instead of a pin, which is really convenient. They fly the same, great! I killed numerous deer with the compound version, and two with the crossbow version. The crossbow version is supposed to be able to handle the speed of the crossbow, so the blades don't open. To me, they look like they're designed the same. Never failed me yet! Hope this helps!
I started using Rage broadheads on my crossbow when they first came out. Even before they made the crossbow Rage broadheads. I have never had a problem.. The blades are a little thicker and the keeper is stronger