Rage X-treme 2-Blade 100 Grain Mechanical Broadheads - 3 Pack
This product is excellent, and flies just like a field point. I look forward to getting these into a few deer this coming season! With a Dick's price match from another store, they were VERY affordable.
March 26, 2013
these broad heads are the very best
I have been bow hunting for over 35 years and as you can imagne I started out with wooden arrows and simple spade tips .I have stayed up with the new equipment and I have tried many new broad heads over the years these are by far the very best I have ever had. The proof is in the pudding I shot 7 deer (doe) this year and recovered 6 of them with in 100 yards .I have never had this type of success and it is because of the broad heads no doubt .The holes they put in the deer are huge ,they cannot recover ( even with out great shots which happened more then once ) I will not shoot anything else .I wish I had them when I started out .`if they are a few dollars more they are worth the money .
March 10, 2013
They are a little expensive, but the blood trails are great, and they fly well.
January 10, 2013
Best broadhead I've ever used!!!!!!
These are by far the most accurate and most devistating broadhead I have ever used! I shot a buck at 20 yards, quartered away, and the arrow passed all the way through, landing about 7 or 8 yards on the other side. The blood trail was unreal! It looked like someone had taken a five gallon bucket of red paint and poored a trail accross the ground. The buck was less that 30 yards from where I shot him and the hole that was in him looked like you could throw a baseball through it. If you dont want to loose any more deer, then I recomend switching to these. I gave all the other broadheads that I had to a friend that wanted them because I will not use anything except for the Rage X-treme from now on.
January 4, 2013
i love the rage broadheads no no end, but the only problem that i have is that,once i bought these i cant shot them because they are recommened for bows of 60# or more any less they will not perform as they say.i had to call the company just to find that out.the other thing is they use a plastic thing to keep the blades shut so once u shoot it thats it until u get more plastic things.... do the reserch be fore u buy this........
October 30, 2012
This boradhead will really enrage you to the extreemes! I missed one deer and two bucks three times with it from 12 yards of distance only! You can imagine how humiliating and frustrating that can be.I am returning them today!
October 27, 2012
BEST HEADS EVER!
These heads are sick! Entrance and exit holes are huuuge! The new black plastic retainer is a much improved design to hold the blades...they no longer pop out, and it can be turned and re-used a few times! I've used these on both my bow and crossbow - both fly like the field points, and both have put a hurtin' on the deer I crushed. Every deer shot with these have gone less than 50 yards, and my blind grandma could follow the blood trails! After passing through a deer, a head was burried about a half foot into the ground. After removing and cleaning, it looks brand new! First time i've ever not had to toss a broadhead after shooting a deer! (although just to be safe i'll use it for practice only - but it's a testament to how tough these heads can be). Highly recommend these broadheads! I don't think you'll be dissappointed. Just remember - with any breadhead setup - hit them in the right spot and you'll have success! G'luck!
October 17, 2012
Not worth the money
I have always used rage broadheads. This year I decided to go with the Extrem because of the plastic ring that hold the broad heads in. This past September I shot a nice 12 point. I put a text book shoot on this buck. The broad head did not open up. After tracking this buck for 2 days I lost all sight of blood and the deer.
October 17, 2012
The most devastating broadhead I have ever used, and ive been bowhunting for 36 years
October 16, 2012
I personally haven't shot anything with one of these yet. Although, a friend of mine has shot a coyote in the chest dropping it on spot. What happened may not be appropriate for review... Needless to say, entrails accompanied the exit wound. On the other hand, I have had problems with them getting caught on branches while walking out of the woods, causing them to open (not breaking the plastic ring) and having me fiddle putting them back in the ready to rock position.
October 16, 2012