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Rage Hypodermic Standard Broadhead, 100-Grain (Pack of 3)

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  • Stainless Steel
  • Made in USA
  • Shock Collar blade retention system
  • Deep Six insert compatible
  • Rear blade deployment
  • Aerodynamic one-piece steel ferrule
  • Razor sharp .035-Inch thick stainless steel blades
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Product Description

Rage Hypodermic- More Information: Rage is changing the game again. Brand new for 2013, is the much anticipated Hypodermic. This aerodynamic, compact design is extremely tough and offers more penetration than any Rage broad head 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. Exclusive hybrid tip, Aerodynamic one-piece steel ferrule, Tough, Razor Sharp.035-Inch Stainless Steel Blades, Increased Penetration, Available in Standard and Deep Six models, Shock Collar ensures proper blade retention, Includes free practice head. 2 blade. 100 grain. 3/pack. Model 39100.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2.5 x 2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00AU6DEB6
  • Item model number: 39100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Best broadhead on the market.
nocknload
I recovered both animals but I believe I would have had the same success hunting with field tips as the deer where both shot in the chest.
mvernier72
The first deer shot was a mature doe shot at 26 yards from a ground blind.
WALTER JOSEPH HYDER

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David S. on October 29, 2014
I am not sure why people are having issues with the hypodermics. I have killed several deer and always have a 2 inch cut going in and out of the deer. I think all these fail to expand issues is from people screwing the tips down with a ton of force. The more you tighten them to the shaft the more force it takes to deploy because the collar is held in place with the force of the tip being screwed into the shaft. The only negative I can give them is the tip can be bent if you hit a rock after it passed through the deer. Two weeks ago I killed a Doe at 35 yards and had clean pass through after going through two ribs on one side and one on the other. It still had enough energy to stick 1 inch deep into a log 5 yards past the deer. That is with a bowtech insanity at only 55 lbs.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mvernier72 on October 28, 2013
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I shot a doe and a six point with these broadheads and they both failed. One blade on each broadhead broke at the point where the gusset stops. I recovered both animals but I believe I would have had the same success hunting with field tips as the deer where both shot in the chest. Contacted rage and they are claiming the broadheads to be counterfeit and asked me to mail both broadheads to them.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Donald F Palme II on September 23, 2013
Used for this first time this weekend. Disappointed. Blade entered between two ribs, when the blades deployed they hit the ribs on each side. One blade broke off right at the back of the small hole cut in the blade (broke at the notch which acts to hold the blades in the collar). Suspect that the blade broke when it hit the rib going in (stress broke the blade) as the exit hole had only 1/2 the cut size. The other blade was damaged and really dull. Large entrance hole--small exit hole. Reasonable blood trail but the deer went much farther than expected and when examining the lungs there was less damage than expected. I suspect this was due to damaged and dull blades as they passed through. Went in between two ribs and out between two ribs. No other bones hit. I have used the three bladed rage for years and this was the first time I have ever broken a blade. Two large of an blade angle and blade is thin at the retention notch. A design issue. Can't even think of using this blade on larger animals.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Karver on October 30, 2013
Not sure why people say there is no penetration with these? I shot right through both sides of a seven point leaving a huge hole and left the deer laying 20 yards from where I hit it. I use the 2 blade not the 3 blade.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Terry Chapman on September 13, 2014
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The Best Broadhead I've Ever Shot. I Killed A 215 Non-typical Giant In Colorado Thi Year And The Hole This Rage Cut Was Incredible. The Buck Didn't Go 50 Yards!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert butler iii on October 7, 2014
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The real rage work awesome do not by off amazon you don't know if your getting fake rage broadheads or real one I bought a pack this year and they where fake no penetration at all luckily I was still able to recover the deer but only had like 6 inches of penetration when usually I have pass thrust with rage and now I know why I got ripped off with fake junk not very happy with it
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I have heard the raves, read the reviews and finally converted to the Rage mechanicals (Hypodermic 100-grains). Having harvested over eighty (80) whitetails in my 25-plus years hunting, I had always relied upon fixed-blade platforms but wanted to give the expandables a chance. Upon using the Rage heads, I expected great bloodtrails and quick recoveries. This has NOT been the case. The first deer shot was a mature doe shot at 26 yards from a ground blind. The shot entered behind the shoulder and for some reason produced almost no blood for the first 100-yards and very little thereafter. The doe was never recovered. Another deer, a mature buck was shot, too far back, I admit, but again only spotty blood. The buck was not recovered. A mature, 6-1/2 yr buck scoring 158 6/8 was shot at 8-yds at a steep angle. He ran 135 yards and dropped a single drop of blood in that space. I recovered this deer. This is the only Rage-shot deer I have ever recovered. Another doe shot behind the shoulder, quartering away was knocked from her feet. She regained footing and walked away, again leaving small blood spots ever 20-yards or so. Most recently, a large 3-1/2 yr 8-pt, shot behind shoulder 33-yds had arrow penetrate less than 3" and he ran away, leaving absolutely no blood. I believe the Rage hits and penetrates with the blades never deploying. I have less than zero confidence in them and will never use them again. They fly great, though. I wish I could give them a negative score. They may be okay if you have very controlled circumstances and hit the deer in the ribs for a sure heart shot and kill it with blunt force trauma. Mine have not performed as expected! I shoot an Obsession Lethal Force at 70lbs, Carbon Express Mayhem arrows.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ERICE on August 28, 2013
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*** UPDATED AFTER USING FOR ONE SEASON ***
I shot a nice buck with a Hypodermic, which seriously degraded my confidence in them. Hence, my old review (still contained below) needs an update:

FYI, I shoot 70# and 31.5" Carbon Maxima Red 350s. I'm pushing about 285fps. So I shot my buck, who weighed about 140 dressed, at 20yds quartering away, from a 18' treestand. ADMITTEDLY, my shot placement was not good (my fault) - I hit just in front of the hip, and the 31.5" arrow buried itself to appx. 5" in front of the fletching. I hit gut, liver, and clipped the back of one lung, with the head just barely poking between the inner membrane between the ribs on the opposite side. It did not penetrate through the hide on that side. All told, I got 24" of penetration. Normally, I would be happy with that, however, my set up packs a lot of KE and I didn't get a pass through- in spite of not hitting ANY bone. NONE. Also, one of the blades snapped at the notch where the blade locks into the shock collar (a common occurrence as evidenced by pics all over the net.) Again, the blade snapped despite not hitting ANY bone whatsoever. I did recover my deer, but the blood trail was pretty scarce, which I again blame more on my shot than the head, however, as stated before I believe I should have gotten a pass through at that distance considering there was no bone hit.

*** end update ***

got these recently - must say I am impressed with quality and accuracy.
The practice heads fly to exact point of aim as field tips. The hunting heads appear to be rock solid and needle sharp. I like the idea behind the "shock collar" much better than the old o-rings. Hopefully I will be able to give them a 5 star rating shortly after October 1st!
Only 4 stars due to cost and an incomplete grade on actual hunting performance. If they perform as anticipated, likely a 5 star rating despite the high cost.
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