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Rage Cage Broadhead Case

   

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Holds 6 Broadheads
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The Rage® Cage Broadhead Case stores and protects up to six expandable broadheads in a foam-lined case. Ideal for the traveling hunter. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 32100.

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Love this little case. This little red case is great for my new broadheads of choice. Rage broadheads are expensive, and this is a very great way to protect them. Broadheads fit very snug and case is super durable. January 29, 2013
Holds Rage tips well I bought this because I didn't want little cuts all over my fingertips when I pulled the broadheads out of the glass jar I HAD been keeping them in. Comes with a plastic holder for the o-rings. Marketing is great because I certainly can't get my broadheads to lie down in the rage cage the way they do in the picture, but it beats getting your fingertips chopped up otherwise. I have the two blade Rage broadheads, not the three, so I don't know how the three fit in there, but the two blades are nestled in firmly--no flying around and the closing mechanism is sturdy enough that you don't have to worry about the cage opening up in your bag and spilling out broadheads everywhere. May 17, 2010
Great for Most Expandables I agree with one of the disadvantages of this case being that it is expensive. With that being said, it really is a great little case, and will last a long time. I keep my Rage and RedHead Gator brand expandables in the case. They are kept secure, safe and most importantly Sharp! I dont have to try and pack my broadheads on arrows in the case where they will cut everything up, in separate containers, or even worry about keeping them in my quiver wile traveling. Great idea and very nice to have! December 16, 2010
Keeps Broadheads safe I own 2 of these, one for my Titanium broadheads, and one for my regular blades, I have had the regulars blades in the Rage Cage for over a year thinking my titanuim blades wouldnt last, Wrong, but the other blades are still oiled and look brand new, no rust or damage to the blades, and I can keep the blades in an easy to find spot and I don't have to worry about slicing my finger oper looking for thrm anymore! November 8, 2011
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Yes, you have to put one blade facing down if you use them with 3 blades, but it works great! 2 blades fit perfect!
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The slots hold the bodies of the blade and there's plenty of padding around them to hold the 3 blade rage. I use the 2 blade and they fit securely in there.
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