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Old 11-07-2010, 08:53 AM   #1
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OK, I am on the hunt, so to say, for some broadheads. The bow I have is pretty old and so I am pretty sure its not kicking out the highest level of kinetic energy sooooo..... I have found these broadheads that I think might work. Has any one here used them before and if so, what do you think?? They are the RAGE 40KE two blade broadhead...

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I have a buddy that shoots 50# and 26" draw using the 40KE and he loves them. Full pass through on a 146" 8ptr.

If you want a fixed blade that flies great, look at the Slick Trick.
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Slick tricks are the top of the line for fix blades.

Can't say much on the Rage, I ve never tried them, although there seems to be a lot of haters out there.
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Ok thanks for the input!
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For the past few years all I've shot are Slick Tricks standards 1". They group
great out of my bow all the way to 80 yards.
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OK, I am on the hunt, so to say, for some broadheads. The bow I have is pretty old and so I am pretty sure its not kicking out the highest level of kinetic energy sooooo..... I have found these broadheads that I think might work. Has any one here used them before and if so, what do you think?? They are the RAGE 40KE two blade broadhead...

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Lots of opinions here but I'm a Magnus fan. No rubber Orings, rubber bands, or moving parts. I would shoot a fixed blade.
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Old 11-18-2010, 10:22 AM   #10
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No. No Rage. They fail to often.
If you want to shoot an expeandable at low poundage the only choice is the tekan from G5, or an original steelhead from Rocket. But a better choice would be any fixed blade for your older set up. Especially a cut on contact like a Bear Razorhead.
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