Rage Hypodermic Deep Six Broadheads
I have always been a sceptic on buying Rage broadheads because they seemed bulky, but once i saw the Hypodermic, I was hooked! I got to put the hypodermic to test on a doe a few nights ago and it did devestating damage. Shot was a quartering to 20 yards, and i hit her behind the shoulder and enough said, she went about 15 yards and dropped dead. Arrow went straight through, and was covered with blood. Entry hole was a good 2 inches and exit was about four. Blades were nicked up from going through the ribs, but i replace the blades after any shot i take with them. These also shoot identical to my field tip practice arrows. Overall thy are the best broadhead i have shot, fixed or expandable
November 14, 2013
Blades brake - 2blade hypodermic
Shot 2 bucks this year and both shots resulted in broken blades. One hit in the ribs broke both blades, the second hit the edge of a shoulder before hitting the lungs and both blades broke.
Bad design, 2 inch cutting diameter becomes half inch cutting diameter with blades broken
November 20, 2013
I use a 70 pound draw bow with a 125 grain hypodermic. Works great on does and spikes, unbelievable blood trail and stopping power. Not one deer went beyond 40 yards. Last night I shot a 200 pound, 5 year old buck broadside at 23 yards. Barely got 4 inches of penetration on what was a center mass lung shot. No blood trail for 30 yards and was clearly a text book shot. I have shot many deer this year and would take accountability for a bad shot if this were the case. My broadheads failed me. Deer could not be found after several goes of tracking. Throwing these broadheads away and switching back to fixed. Caution.
January 19, 2015
My buddy told me bout these and had good success with them so i bought some. Shot a buck this year with these broad heads at 30 yards wit my Mathews creed xs. Hit the deer in the shoulder and had good blood for about 30 yards then it was very few spots of blood. I slipped out and came back the next day and I tracked the deer for at least a mile with very little blood. The only way i could track him was because of the fresh snow and followed his tracks with blood spots here and there. I never did find the buck,. and I've seen pictures of these broad heads hitting bone and the blades breaking. I am sticking to the thunder head razors, they even fly better then the Hypodermics did. Will never buy these or any mechanical broad head again.
December 26, 2014