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Arrows & Broadheads ATA Show 2013 NAW+

Introducing the Rage Hypodermic Broadhead

by Bowhunting Online Staff   |  January 8th, 2013 6

Rage Broadheads introduced its brand new Rage Hypodermic broadhead Monday at the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky. This 100-grain broadhead features an aerodynamic, compact design that offers greater penetration with .035-inch, razor-sharp blades. The chisel tip is machined into Hypodermic’s solid steel ferrule, creating one solid piece and allowing for the best possible performance—in fact, Rage touts the Hypodermic as its most penetrating broadhead yet. The Hypodermic will be available March 1 in Standard and Deep Six models with an MSRP of $44.95 per three-pack. Check out the video from the ATA Show.


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  • Brooks

    Christian Berg is a super sexy devil!

  • B Schmidt

    So when you snag the blade in the tree and the new shock collar "breaks away" you're hosed and need to install a new one?? I get that you're trying to make something that requires me to buy Rage parts, but I hope this doesn't function the way it sounds.

    • J Regan

      Try the Killzones. No collars, no rubberbands. Incredible design. Problem solved.

  • Don

    I find Rage to be too thin in the blades and nit sharp Rage has great adveritising but lack quality results. These things are so over rated. "The Emperor has no Clother!"

  • bowman

    The shock collars r groved so all u do is slip them back in. Went on a hog hunt last month shot 1 hog an shoot through an ibex and hit a tree all the same broadhead and same shock collar still have the the rage still usable

  • Unlicensed Dremel

    That tip is too steep/sharp – it will get bent. The standard chisel tips look nice though.

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