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Old 08-15-2019, 03:35 PM   #11
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Been bow hunting since the mid 90's exclusively. Been using mechanical since early 2000. Played with a bunch of them and found that Rage and Grim Reaper perform the best. Not to say that others are not equally as good. Actually have never had a failure of any but penetration is very good with the above mentioned.

I do agree with a earlier post that the entire set up does play a major role as well.

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I've never had a failure with a rage and I still use them.
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tarpon pushing them on TV

they are popular with the pros. and it seems every kill with them, the blood trail is like walking a river bank. I'm shooting 100gr thunderhead fixed blades, and have had excellent luck. i'd have no problem using Rage, but i'm good for now. nice being able to practice with field points, and then shoot a mechanical with the same trajectory. with fixed, you eventually have to sling a few blades at a target, prior to heading to the field.
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I have been an avid bow hunter for the last 15 years. For about 5 years I was exclusively bow only. After my business took off I really didn't have time to hunt much so I put the bow down for a bit. I have always used a fix blade broad head but after seeing so many of my clients shoot deer with the new rage mechanical points I am really interested in using them. I have an axis hunt booked in 3 weeks, so I am trying to decide if I want to use the old faithful muzzy 100gr 3 blade broad heads or go with the rage hypodermic points. I bought a pack to try out on some hogs before the hunt but its not looking like I will have time to make it out before my axis hunts. Anyone have anything to say about the Rage points? Pros / Cons? Thanks
I'm still shooting thunderhead fixed 100gr, I like being able to replace the blades. I'd go with what you've been shooting. No need for one more distraction to think about on the hunt. Wait until you kill a few pigs, and have confidence, before completely switching.
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Use whatever broad head you like as long as it is terrifying nightmare scary sharp....
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I have tried so many broad heads over the years but all I’ll hunt with is a muzzy mx3


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I used Rage heads from the time they came out until last season. Only had a failure once, and I still found that buck (but it required a second arrow). On deer the heads are impressive and create massive blood trails.



For hogs they were sometimes good and sometimes frustrating, so I switched to a cut on contact last year to see if penetration was better and shorten the track jobs. The Magnus Buzzcuts impressed me with penetration, passing through even sturdy pigs. All three of my deer left good blood trails and went down within sight, including this one.

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I lost the biggest buck to date using a rage broadhead, HOWEVER, it was poor shot placement on my behalf. I hit him too far forward in the front shoulder. Like mentioned before, they are mechanical so that can fail. But if placed correctly, the wound channels are incredible.
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