Rage® X-treme Expandable Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

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3 Pack

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Broadhead

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100 Grains

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3 Pack

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Practice Head

2

100 Grains

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6 Pack

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Replacement Blades
  • Huge 2.3" cutting diameter
  • Sweeping blade angle
  • Holds kinetic energy longer and penetrates deeper
  • Larger entry/exit wounds
  • Patented Shock Collar
  • Designed for use with bow draw weights 60 lbs. and up
The huge 2.3" cutting diameter and sweeping blade angle holds kinetic energy longer and penetrates deeper for larger entry/exit wounds and better bloodtrails, while the patented Shock Collar ensures the blades remain in place until contact. Designed for use with bow draw weights 60 lbs. and up.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by ok broadhead this is a ok broadhead but only if you shoot 65 pounds and above or else you wont get a pass-through. February 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome broad head Over the past few years I have been experimenting with different broad heads. I started with the original rage 2 blades, but never liked the rubber bands. Then I went to the g5 t3 broad heads. I killed a doe with them but no blood trail whatsoever on a double lung shot( good thing she died in sight.) Then they came out with the rage extremes. They had what I was looking for. A big nasty mechanical, wide cut, and no o-rings. I used them for the first time this year and took a doe with them. I was on public land so walking was a must. In my quiver was 3 extremes and 2 original rages. After going through some tall brush the originals were usually opened, but not the extremes. The shot was 20 yds broadside (lucky me - when does that ever happen.) It was a double lung with complete pass through, she ran 15 yds and was dead within about 5 seconds. Awesome blood trail! I recovered my arrow, washed it off, sharpened the blades, rotated the shock collar, and placed it back in the quiver. I'm done trying different broad heads. November 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by deadly I have used the Rage Broadheads for the first time this season. Don't know why I waited so long! These things are wicked. Took two deer so far. Neither one ran more than 100 feet. Scary big holes!! Can't see using anything else. November 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best broad head Bought these about 2 weeks ago and finally shot a deer this weekend with these broad heads. The hole created by these things blew me away. I've only shot Muzzy before but now I'm sold on Rage! I will be giving away all of my Muzzy broad heads! November 11, 2013
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I have a crossbow that shoots 365 fps with 126 pounds of KE. Could I use these broad heads on my crossbow?
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 - jefferson city, TN
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Yes, I have a Carbon Express Crossbow and they work great.
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Yes, they have crossbows versions.
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I would think so. The X-Treme is actually designed specifically for higher velocity draw weights (60 lbs and up). Any slower than 60 Lbs and the blades won't deploy upon impact.
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yes the rage blades work very good with your crossbow
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The broadhead is •Designed for use with bow draw weights 60 lbs. and up.
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No because of the shock caller design.
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No, but be careful not to snag the broadheads on clothing or vegetation.
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They will open if pushed into cushion.
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The Rage X-treme should be just fine pushing into a quiver. The broadhead has a very tight collar that prevents the blades from deploying easily. In fact the blades won't even deploy until you hit a target with more than 60 lbs of draw weight. I actually tested that out and it is true statement.
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these bad boys don't open until you put a TON of force behind them, so you should be good with what you have, but I would always recommend cutting a small part out just to keep them from moving.
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Opening in Quiver problem has been dealt with using the new shock collars. The blades will lay back outside a lot of quivers due to the length of the broad head. just cut holes for them into the foam and watch your strings, cables and body parts.
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No I don't think so. I have Mathews bows and I use the T-Quiver and they work fine. You have to be careful when inserting the broadheads in because they are expandables. Rage now makes a quiver especially for their broadheads and it is really nice and very affordable.
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