Rated 5 out of 5 by Spaceman They Work!!!
In Washington state they are illegal, so I traveled to NY to use them. The 125gr 2" cutting diameter put a 3-3/4" entry and exit hole in the white tail. It caused the most internal damage I have ever seen with a broad head. Make sure your O rings are in position and they will work. Put the arrow in the sweet spot and your game is going down faster than any fixed blade I have used! Would love to use these at home, but Washington is a "Traditional" state. They work - period!
October 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sleepwalker451 effective
I have used these broadheads for deer hunting. They make a large hole and the deer don't go far at all. Very efffective and I would recommend.
January 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DJ. RAY I used the rest then i got the best !
I use this this product for all my hunting. Inculeing coyote hunt. The cutting diameter is the best thing about this product. I have not found a thing that is not good.
October 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Johnny I. Cervids Beware!!
I bought these in 125 gr.. I like a heavy arrow. These are really nice broadheads. They fly like bullets; and the wound channel they create is just gnarly. I can pull groups with these just as tight as with field points. And they stay sharp way after similar blades have called it quits. If I absolutely had to find one thing to critique, it would have to be the o-rings. If they were just a wee bit heartier, it would be awesome. I also appreciate the practice head that comes with the set. I used to think Rage was just an over-hyped line of products until I finally tried them for myself. They flew true no matter what shafts I used, and as much as I LOVE my Montec, they out-penetrated them too. Price is a tad steep for a guy like me, but the performance and added confidence you'll get knowing they are out front is well worth it when yer filling your freezer.
August 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jackson Dude Total Destruction.
Never Had A Problem With Rage Broadheads.They Are The Total Package.
July 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rick Rage broadheads are junk
I have always used fixed broadheads until this year when I thought about using the 2 blade Rage that I had heard were so good. This was the biggest mistake I have ever made as an outdoorsman. I was elk hunting when I had a perfect broadside shoot at 40 yards. I am more than confidant that is was a good vital shoot and so is my brother who was right behind me to watch. The arrow went all the way through the elk but the Rage did not do its job and open up when it hit the elk. I will never shoot another mechanical broadhead again and will never recommend someone to shoot the rage.
September 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by rytera28 thank you sir may i have another!!!!
Alot of people have been complaining to me about these broadheads. They tell me about how they open premature. I have never had that happen to me because I pay attention to the o-rings. 9 times out of 10 The rings dry rotted, and they are not hard to replace. I smoked a deer at 22 yards and watched him fall in fifty yards. I love the broadhead and will continue to shoot them.
September 26, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by DEER HUNTER JUNK
hunting-only thing good i can say is there sharp cost to much,blades open prematurly.o-ring system is terrible..NOT RECCOMEND.BUY SOMETHING ELSE
September 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Michael - Well Experienced Hunter Good knock-down design
This broadhead is a great design that flies great, produces a cutting diameter large enough to ensure a faster and more likely kill. The draw-backs include: price is much higher than conventional fixed blades and if you stalk a lot I would not recommend to use these because the blades tend to open if brushed against and cannot likely use this again after being shot because the o-ring and blades break
February 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ordinary Guy Wicked
Leaves a nasty entry and exit thru&thru shot deer ran 30 yards
September 12, 2010