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

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  • Shock collar blade retention System
  • Deep six insert compatible
  • Razor sharp 035-inch thick stainless steel blades
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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.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2.5 x 2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00AU6DEB6
  • Item model number: 39100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,021 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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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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*** 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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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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20 yard shot quartering deer towards me. Caught a bit of shoulderblade and the thing desintegrated. Poor penetration and performance. Avoid at all costs...
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People, in general, are quick to complain and very slow to compliment. My experience with these broadheads demand a compliment. IF YOU ARE SHOOTING A HIGH POUNDAGE MODERN BOW, 70+ lb, You will get pass through, massive, entry and exit shots. 3 in+ I've now harvested a 180 lb hog, 175 lb 8 point and a 120 lb doe all with devastating results. Hoyt Z3 70 lb pull, blue streak arrows with 100g hypodermics. I will use nothing else.
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For background, I purchased a set of these broadheads from a very reputable, local archery pro shop. Months later, I purchased these broadheads via Amazon.com from BB Sales LLC, and I noticed the following inconsistencies after opening the package:
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
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This is my first review I have ever written about a product, I don't want to waste the readers time so I will try to keep it nice and short.. this past weekend during an evening hunt. I had a 8 point come within 20 yards of my stand. Obviously the heart starts pumping and what I had been waiting for since last season was 20 yards away... im thinking to myself, luckily I had this brand new Rage Hypodermic Broadhead at the end of my arrow.... I draw back and let it fly... had a great feeling about the shot.... I mean it was only 20 yards...I see the arrow's flight path thanks to the Nocturnal knok.. direct hit...except one thing. The arrow doesn't go through the deer...as I see the deer run away with arrow in it's side. I'm thinking, ok hypodermic is gonna do it job and start cutting and leave me a nice blood trail to follow.... 45 mins pass I get down. Immediately see my arrow.. Rage hypodermic Broadhead has a little fur and blood on it.. one of the blades is bent and the so called chiseled tip is not so chiseled any more, from the look of it the arrow went in about 3 inches or so.... needless to say... no blood trail... no deer... as a bow hunter this is very fustraigting ... I know it was a good shot... what happen to this broadhead... it didn't do it's job that's what. I will be swithing back to fixed...don't waste your money on a possibly of this broadhead not working as advertised.
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