Rage Hypodermic Deep Six Broadheads
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- Exclusive hybrid tip
- Deep Six system-compatible
- Aerodynamic one-piece steel ferrule
- Tough, Razor Sharp .035" Stainless Steel Blades
- Increased Penetration
- Shock Collar ensures proper blade retention
- Includes free practice head
The Rage Hypodermic Deep Six Broadhead is an aerodynamic, compact design that's extremely tough and offers more penetration than any Rage broadhead to date! The solid steel ferrule sports a brand new hybrid tip design, allowing the Hypodermic to have the aerodynamics and accuracy of a leading edge blade, coupled with the bone crushing performance of our chisel tip. Shock Collar ensures proper blade retention. Includes free practice head.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 1 out of 5
by IowaDeerHuntR 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
Rated 5 out of 5
by SSHookSet Wow!
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by ImTheIllinoisOutdoorsman Amazing Broadhead
This broadhead is magnificent !! Me and my buddy were out in the woods last Saturday and he smoked a doe. It wasn't the best shot ever but it was his first deer and you could see him shaking. It was early in the morning right after sunrise, he made a faint doe bleat twice. Then 30 seconds later, we have his doe just sneaking in through the field, down a hill and 17 yards in front of us. He had it quartering towards him, it just passed a tree. He looked at me, I gave him the OK; and he shot. SMACK !! The arrow went straight through her and the blood trail was magnificent. Tracked it all the way up a hill, through a field, across a road and in a little patch of grass. It ran less then 60yards and died before we found it. He got a gut shot on it, but after 10 minutes we found her dead.
October 20, 2013
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