Rage Extreme Chisel 2 Blade Broadhead

   

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Blade Count
Weight
Cutting Diameter
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

2

100 Grains

2.3"

Quantity:
3 Pack

Description:
Mechanical Broadhead

2

100 Grains

Quantity:
3 Pack

Description:
Practice Head
  • Bone crushing Chisel Tip
  • 2.3" cutting diameter
  • Sweeping blade angle
  • 035" stainless steel blades
  • Shock collar
The best of both worlds—a bone crushing Chisel Tip and 2.3" cut for a huge wound channels and quick kills. Leading blade edges are honed to surgical sharpness, with a sweeping blade angle that maintains kinetic energy longer and penetrates deeper. Tough, razor-sharp .035" stainless steel blades; shock collar for optimum blade retention and deployment. Not recommended for draw weights under 55 pounds.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love these I shot a doe at 33 yards broad head opened up on impact. Had a solid blood trail. Found the deer 30-35 yards from the shot. Cleaned the broad head out and used it again a few days later on a buck quartering away. And blew through his shoulder. I will only be using these heads from now on November 12, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Broad heads These broadheads work well but for the price you would think they would be better with the blades blades seem to only being single use blade for that kind of price you think you be able to get more use out of them The blades seem to be flimsy October 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by These are NO GOOD DO NOT buy these. I lost 2 deer in the last 2 weeks due to these broadheads. First one was a nice Ohio 4x4 buck that was an easy 40 yrd shot. I shoot a Ten Point crossbow with a 3x9 scope. Zeroed it just last month, and that thing shoots dead on. When I took the shot on the buck, the bolt dropped down and to the left. Gut shot. Followed the saddest blood trail I've ever seen until it finally just disappeared. Gone. These broadheads don't fly worth a darn. Then just yesterday, I had the easiest shot of my life on a shooter doe at less than 20 yards. I make the shot, deer bolts out of sight. I come down off the tree-stand to find the bolt covered in blood. Except there's NO BLOOD TRAIL. You gotta be kidding me! I searched around for 2 hours for what should've been a 5 minutes search before I gave up. These broadheads with either open up right after you shoot and fly eratically, or they won't open at all and you put 1/4 inch diameter hole clean through the animal. I AM VERY DISSAPOINTED. Never again. I'm going back to my G5 MONTECs. October 9, 2013
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