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Ok Guys Need Some Help Im Off Shore For the Next Two Weeks But When I Come Home I Took Off For The Rest Off Hunting Season I Picked Up A Pack Of 2 Blade Rage Broadheads Befor I Went To Work I think Im Going To Try Them Out Just Wanted To Know What You Guys Think About Them Bofor I Use Them I Normaly Shoot A Three Blade Muzzy Never Had A Prob But My Buddy Said The 2 Blade Rages Are KILLER Thanks For The Help
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those 2blade rage are outstanding i love them
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i been shooting the 100 grain 3 blade muzzy's for about 10 or so years. i tried the rage 2 years ago, and they are unbelievable. like any other broadhead its all about shot placement, all you need to do is go the rage website and check out the uncensored commercial it speaks for itself.
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I know a lot of people like the rage. I love the grim reapers. Check out the website. They show some comparison test. Its pretty immpresive.
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Thanks for the help guys i guess im going to give them a shot
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   BIRD DOG
How come every word in your post starts with a capital letter?Is that some kind of setting on a computer?
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No Its Not A Settin Dont Know Why I Do That
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   LatoAl
Shot muzzy 3 blade 100gr for years. They always shot low and to the right of my field tips. So I always had to adjust my sights when I switched to the muzzy's from the field tips. Used the field tips so I would not tear up my target, I like to practice. Tried the rage last year for the first time and they are the best mechanicals that I have tried. The practice points fly the same as the hunting tips. Shot a 260# 7 point at 32 yards last year, it went about 60 yards and was very easy to follow. I have practiced out to 55 yards with the Rage pratice points holding aobut 6 inch groups.
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I have been shooting the Rage 2-blade since they came out and all i can say is WOW! I know someone mentioned the Grim Reapers but depending on what kinda speed you're shooting they may open prematurely (at least that is what they did to me, but i'm also shooting 319 fps) The rages have never let me down, and last year I made a bad shot on a deer, that i most likely would not have found if it were not for the 2 blades large cutting diameter. I know guys that shoot the 3 blade but me personaly, I like the 2 blade.
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I personaly havent shot them but have heard good and bad things about them. I know all my buddys that started shooting them when they first came out all said they were awesome but now after they all shot several deer with them none of them still use them. They all said they are trash. I also took some guys fishing the other day that said they just came back from a big hunting ranch in montana and that ranch and some others have outlawed them because they were losing to many deer with them. Just what I heard.
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thanks for all the help
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They are a good broadhead that does in fact expand your kill zone; however, they are mechanical and can fail. But with proper caution you can make some of the easiest blood trails to follow.

The Good:
They fly very true such as a field tip
They will leave a gaping hole and leave good blood trail on heart and lung shots.
Your groups will be tight and consistent.
The muzzy is within an inch of the rages on bullseye.

The Bad:
They are mechanical and can fail watch for the o-ring to wear out. You can definately tell when its happening, I personally take the arrow and tap on something to make sure it won't come open. If it does don't shoot at a deer until o-ring is replaced.
The blades are not the toughest in the world I shot a deer throught the shoulder by accident and I had to throw the blades away.
On a gut shot the hole is so large that it allows the guts to hang out and plugs the whole and on shoulder shots you may not get clean pass through.

I hunt thickets so I don't want them to run far is the reason I use them. I also shoot muzzy's and I can tell you that if Bullwinkle comes out then I will be slinging a muzzy at him.

The only problem I have with muzzy's is I can only find two or three per pack of six that fly true. Don't know why....Hope this helps

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Has anyone ever shot two blade fixed broadheads. I think Magnus makes some??? Ted Nugent shot them. Seems to me like they may fly better and penetrate better, but I don't see them as very popular.
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   SCBenoit
I've Been Bowhunting For Years & Tried Alot Of Different Broadheads. Killed Alot Deer With The 125 Grain 3 Blade Muzzy. I Was Introduced To The 100 Grain 3 Blade Rage, Used Them & Was Very Impressed With The Devistation They Do With Entry - Exit Wounds ( UNBELIEVABLE ), Just Watch Those Little O-Rings, They Dry-Rot Quick.
As For The Grem-Reaper, I Think They Are Trash. They Will Open Up Upon Release, Blades Are Very Flemsy, The Shank Is Week & Will Break Off At The Arrow. "TRASH"
I Really Think That You Can't Go Wrong With The Muzzys
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   ransom
I shot a 120 lb doe this weekend with the two blade rage and she ran 50 yards and fell over dead. The entrance was huge and the exit was huge . Blind man could have followed blood trail. I was very impressed.
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Well guys looks like i will be trying the 2 blade rages if i dont like them its back to the 100 g 3 blade muzzys
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