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    Default rage broadheads what do u think?

    has anyone used rage broadheads and had trouble with them or sucess if so share them with me.

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    We had lots of guys shooting them last year with great success. I'll be shooting them this year.
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    I'm going to give them a try next year. Since they are identical to gators. and they quit making them.
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    do you guys recomend the 2 or 3 blade

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcraze30 View Post
    do you guys recomend the 2 or 3 blade
    I personally like the 2 blade. If it flys like my gators and cuts like it. It will be the best I've used. They look alot in comparison to the rockys 2 and 3 blades: the Gator Xp and the Sniper... HMMM . A little to close
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    I personally like the 2 blade. If it flys like my gators and cuts like it. It will be the best I've used. They look alot in comparison to the rockys 2 and 3 blades: the Gator Xp and the Sniper... HMMM . A little to close
    i was going to choose the 2 blade glad someone is backing up my decision

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    From what I have heard from friends at work they are pretty nice. I use Muzzy's and until they stop making them I'm stickin with em.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    From what I have heard from friends at work they are pretty nice. I use Muzzy's and until they stop making them I'm stickin with em.
    yup, just what he said......
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    There's only one broadhead that has gone in my Quiver since 03

    I really don't see any advantage to taking a chance on a mechanical working properly. I am sure they never malfunction though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    There's only one broadhead that has gone in my Quiver since 03

    I really don't see any advantage to taking a chance on a mechanical working properly. I am sure they never malfunction though

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    Just one...hopefully you get to use it this year

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    I've been practicing w/ the Rages all summer, I can't wait to draw down on a deer this fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    There's only one broadhead that has gone in my Quiver since 03

    I really don't see any advantage to taking a chance on a mechanical working properly. I am sure they never malfunction though

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    Rage Broadheads shoot great, my brother and I use the Tekan II's and Rage. Both of them fly great and leave huge entry and exit holes.

    1.3125" on the Tekan II's
    1.5" on the rage(3 blade)
    2" on the 2 blade.

    We both prefer the 3 blade. I will be taking some muzzys with me this year. They are cheap and they fly good so I will see how they kill!

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    I have been very happy with the rages. I shot five deer with them last year. The farthest one traveled about 100 yards and the shot was a little far back. The rest of them were down in under 50 yards. Great holes, great blood trails (not that you need them since you can watch them go down) and I found them to be real durable. I still have all the heads I used last year, I just put new blades on them. I shot the three blade.
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    Use em LOVE EM!!!
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    I am a fixed blade guy. But if I had to choose between the two blade and the three blade I think I would go with the two blade. Just because there is less to malfunction. Some of the photos I have seen of testing on the three blade were not good. Just my opinion though.
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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