Rage Hypodermic Broadheads
Its like cheating
I have shot the rage 3 blade for the last 3 years, at my last trip to bass pro, these caught me eye so I figured I would give them a try. After first taking them out of the package I was skeptical but don't be fooled these are Rage's best yet. When you screw the arrow on tighten it just enough to where they won't be loose and your in business. With the new design head they also penetrate deeper. I had my chance to try them out last night for the first time on a 275 pound hog. It was your ideal 20 yard quartering away shot but it was the first hog I have ever dropped dead upon impact. Give these a try.
June 23, 2013
Waste of money
Ok, after shooting the rage for a few years and having mixed results (penetration was ok as long as you make a perfect double lung shot but in the event I clip a shoulder or rib, the arrow just stopped and I would track deer for miles), I thought I would give these a try this season. Problem i, after tuning my bow in with them, there are no heads usable. I shoot a Mathews Legacy 70#. The practice tip flew just like my field points. The actual broad head flew to the right. So after noticing this, I continued shooting with only the actual hunting heads. While trying to get tuned in properly, I launched an arrow to the right of the target...it went into the ground, but the blades were bent to heck. I tore the rest of the blades up during practice...and sometimes one blade wouldn't deploy on the foam target. Sticking with my Wasp Jakhammers
August 10, 2013
These broadheads are awful. I shot two does with them and they wouldn't even penetrate through rib at 20 yards. Both arrows penetrated no deeper than 4 inches, no blood trails whatsoever. I pull 60 pounds so I know it's not my bow.
November 6, 2014
First Broadhead Ever Own
The looks of this broadhead is awesome, but they feel cheap. I do not like the fact that they are good for only one shot and you have to replace the blades. Just the broadhead is pricey enough but replacing the blades is just as expensive. I am going to swith over to a broadhead where I can resharpen it and use it for multiple times. Going to switch to the G5 Montec's!!!
October 11, 2014