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Broad head help

Discussion in 'Ohio Traditional Archery' started by Teamhoyt, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. I have the new rage three blade broad head they are 100 grain anyone checked em out?

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  2. Nope, I shoot the two blades.

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  3. How do they work for you?


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  4. I switched to them late season last year, because after a couple does and a mishap on a buck, I wasnt confident in the heads I was previously shooting. I killed deer, but couldnt find the confidence I needed.

    I snuck up on a bedded doe, from behind. When I shot her, the Rage entered just behind the top of her shoulder and exited on her opposite side, between a couple of ribs, but it hit the dirt so the arrow didnt make a complete pass thru. That did not matter in the least bit. She jumped up, went 15 yards, and that was that. She dropped dead. The blood trail, as if I needed it...lol, was a literally, solid red line right to her. It was incredible.

    Needless to say, I him hawed a bit this year, because I do like the reliability of fixed blades, and the little o-ring system on the Rages makes you have to be a little more careful, but in the end, Rages are in my quiver this year. Shot placement is always superior to broadhead choice, but coming in at a close second is broadhead performance. I think Rages are a very close first in that department.

    Ask Kaiser, I think if you see what he has put down with Rages, youll be at ease. He is an absolute fan and for good reason.

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  5. Are you planning on shooting them out of a trad bow? Because thats the section you posted in...
     
  6. Oooooohhhhh.....that totally changes the game. I didnt even notice the section its in.

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  7. yeah idk about traditional but I used the 3 blade in my compound and ended up switching to the 2 blade..I thought it just seemed like to much going on inside the 3 blade..I shot one doe with the 3 blade and I thought the blood trail was alot lesser than the 2 blade blood trail...all in all tho I am sticking with rage....just my 2cents..
     
  8. Stick with the two blade, because if you get caught on a strong quartering shot your penetration energy is higher
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