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Rage Hypodermic Standard Broadhead, 100-Grain (Pack of 3)
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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.
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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.
1. The "Rage" logo that was labeled "free sticker" was nothing more than paper. The same label from the archery pro shop was an actual sticker.
2. The shaft above the threads is straight and matches all online photos, but the set from the pro shop has two wide bands
3. The grind on the blades is at a different angle
4. The pin holding blade in the practice head is roughly ground flush
5. The Allen screw retaining the blades is poorly cut and of a shiny, "pot' metal
6. The blade retaining collars have imprinted instructions, versus raised instructions
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I shot a large bull elk last fall with a 125 gr. hypodermic and saw more blood coming out of his chest than I do as a trauma surgeon. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EDWIN
I've shot plenty of deer and a crap load of hogs with these broadheads even if u make a not so great shot I trust it to do its job bit it's just like any other broadhead u use u... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arlene Standridge
awesome blades made a big gaping hole, saw blood on impact was coolPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Before I even take a single shot I'm disappointed. The practice head weighs 122 grains. All the broadheads weigh 102 + -. Not good!Published 4 months ago by Randal R Mayes
I've shot 15 deer and 2 bear with these broadheads and have never had an issue with them. Last year I shot a nine pointer in the head just under the rack. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Best broad head I have ever used. Fires just like my practice field tips. Never had a problem with deployment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Raider
The Good: Great penetration, exit wound in excess of 2.5 inches, due to the angle. I dropped my first deer of the season with mediocre shot placement. Good blood trail. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Caleb