Rage Hypodermic 100 Grain Crossbow Broadheads

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Rage Hypodermic Crossbow broadheads were designed specifically for the crossbow archer and feature the same surgically sharp, .035-inch stainless-steel blades and a 2-inch cutting diameter with the unprecedented characteristics, penetration and durability that the Hypodermic is known for.

The Hypodermic Crossbow broadheads sport the popular hybrid tip that is sharp as a needle, allowing it to have the aerodynamics and accuracy of a leading-edge blade with the bone-crushing performance associated with a chisel tip. For optimum blade retention and consistent reliable deployment at all times, the Hypodermic Crossbow broadheads come equipped with the High-Energy-Series SHOCK Collar that matches the diameter of most crossbow bolts. 


  • 2 Blade Broadhead
  • 100 Grain
  • Hybrid Tip
  • Stainless Steel Hypodermic Ferrule
  • .035" Blade Thickness
  • 2 " Cutting Diameter
  • High Energy Series SHOCK COLLAR
  • 3 per Package

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Hypodermic broadhead
Fantastic broadhead, you won't be disappointed. Flies just like a field point with instant penetration and pass through.
October 9, 2019
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Perfect flight and Big Wound
My kids and I have killed at least 5 deer with this exact broadhead. We are able to get perfect field tip like accuracy even when regular fixed blade broadhead will not fly straight from our setup. One deer was a gut shot and 1 a liver hit. both those deer with bad shots were easily recovered. I’ve never had a hypodermic be ruined from hitting a deer either. One got a chip in the blades but I was easily able to replace the blades.
August 15, 2019
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Rage Broadhead
Most extreme broadheads I've ever used. Shot an 11 point drop tine Ohio deer at 15 yards, great blood trail and bolt and broadhead were recovered about 5 foot from passing through front shoulder and out other side
November 4, 2018
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