Rage Crossbow X Broadheads
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- 2"+ Cutting Diameter
- Shock Collar for proper blade retention
- F.A.T. (Ferrule Alignment Technology)
- Tough razor-sharp .035" Stainless Steel Blades
- Includes free practice head
- Flies like a field tip
HexFlat™ design with no rubber bands. Reliable rear cam deployment. Flies like a field point. Machined aircraft-grade aluminum body. 2"+ cutting diameter. Shock collar for proper blade retention. F.A.T. (Ferrule Alignment Technology). Tough .035" stainless blades. Includes free practice head.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by 12Ring Rage crossbow 125 Gr. Broadheads
The new Rage crossbow broadheads are just great I can't say enough about them. The improved retainer ring makes all the difference in the world it keeps them closed in your quiver and after shooting 5 deer in three states this year with them I never had a failure, the blades opened each and every time putting a massive hole in and out, with a blood trail even a newbie could follow with no problem. I will use these as long as they keep making them. A word superb!!!!
December 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LM42 STUNNING RESULTS
Not often do I take the time out of my day to write a review for anything.
These broadheads deserve my time SO PLEASE READ ON .....
I now have 2 deer to my credit this season thanks to these broadheads.
One jumped the string broadside at 35 yards and the arrow ended up going through the neck.
The deer went 40 yards into the field in front of me with blood spewing everywhere.
Not to be over the top on description here, but it looked like hollywood special effects.
Gruesome to watch but absolutely effective.
The other was a doe at ground level that walked right at me and never turned before she spotted me.
I took the shot headlong, her looking at me at 15 yards.
Not usually a high percentage shot, I know, however, the results from the previous animal gave me the confidence to harvest the animal in this manner.
Shot placement, as always, is paramount.
The arrow flew true and completely passed through the entire length of her body and exited the animal between her rear legs.
I found the arrow 10 yards behind where she was standing when I pulled the trigger.
The animal ran 15 yards and collapsed.
When gutted the broadhead cut the heart in half.
Hardly any bloodtrail obviously but ABSOLUTE DEVESTATION !!!
Please take the time to read the instuctions when screwing these broadheads onto your arrow shaft.
It appears VERY significant to success that the provided notched plastic collars HAVE TO BE IN LINE WITH THE BLADES !!!
Through my own testing I could see trouble and frustration with performance with the blades NOT expanding if the plastic collars are not properly aligned when installed.
The plastic collars are notched for a reason.
They promote the blades expanding upon impact.
Over looking this part would impede the blades expansion.
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Line those notches up with the blades and you should experience massive mortal woulds on the next animal you hit.
I am certainly glad I did my homework on the mechanics of how these broadheads operate and did not just read the reviews of upset people.
It is quite possible those not achieving success made marginal shots or did not assemble these broadheads correctly.
BUY THESE BROADHEADS !!!!!!
I hope this helps.
GOOD LUCK AND SAFE HUNTING.
November 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by crossbowhuntingfool best broadhead yet
have shot 7 deer with these broadheads only 1 made it past50 yards it went 65 but it was over 225 pounds .what a blood trail.!!!!!!
November 2, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by craftybrew High hopes let down...
I had high hopes for these as I have used Rage heads for my vertical bow with good results. They're accurate, and you get great blood trails. I like the design a lot.
When I opened the packaging I noticed what appeared to be rust spotting on the blades, went to move them, and found two of the broadheads blades practically frozen in place.
WD40 got them moving again, but not smoothly, so I removed the screw holding them in place and tried to clean them up. I found burrs of metal running along the inside the channels in the blades that rub against the screw that holds them in place.
As they are, it would be pretty close to impossible for the blades to deploy on impact. I'm going to try to clean up the channels, but so far this has been a disappointment. I might keep the heads and purchase some replacement blades, but none of this should be necessary...
October 23, 2013
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