Rage Hypodermic NC Expandable Broadhead

Item No. 81832201251
$44.99

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81832201251
Experience superior penetration with the Rage Hypodermic NC Expandable Broadhead without the hassle of a collar or O-ring. This hypodermic NC expandable broadhead is easy to use with 2 rear-deploying slip cam 0.035" stainless steel blades and a big 2" wide wound channel. This broadhead will help you make your shot with confidence and quickly become one of your favorites. 

Features:
  • No O-rings or collars
  • Hybrid hypodermic tip increases accuracy 
  • Stainless steel blades stay intact even when hitting bone
  • Finger-like tabs on blade Slip Cam pin in place until impact
Specs:
  • Grains: 100
  • Blades: 0.035in. 
  • Per Package: 3
  • 2-Blade Broadhead
  • Cutting Diameter: 2in.
  • Machined Stainless Steel Ferrule

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Awesome broadhead
Bought these for this season because my fixed blades weren't hitting great with my other heads. Put these on and they hit exactly the same point as my field points. I was able to harvest an awesome 9 point whitetail. shot him at 20 yards arrow blew strait through and stuck in the ground one blade bent a little. Blood trail was amazing then ground and small trees were painted red buck went about 80 to 100 yards. I would recommend these heads to anyone the great part is there's no collar to play around with.
September 8, 2019
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Best broadheads ever!!!
Best Broadhead for deer in my opinion, this things will fly like a field point all the time, didn’t even have to adjust my bow going from field points to this rage. The no collar was the best thing they could have done to make this even better.
July 13, 2019
Bear Hunt 2019
Tried these out on spring bear this year. Phenomenal results with the head creating 3" entry and exit cuts. Bear went 40 yards before expiring!!
June 27, 2019
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