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What Makes Rage Broadheads So Popular?
Many hunters enjoy the large entry and exit wounds they leave behind. Rage also has a variety of broadheads, from 2-blade to 3-blade and 100 grain to 125 grain, which makes it easy to find the right rage broadheads for your needs.
Rage broadheads are unique expandable broadheads with SlipCam technology. This guarantees the blades to rear deploy upon entry leaving large entry and exit wounds making tracking a breeze. Rage broadheads are also different from other broadheads because the in-flight diameter is a mere 3/4″ but it opens to a whopping 1.5″ or 2″ upon impact. You might think that, as impressive as it might sound, the cutting diameter might be too big. However, each broadhead is designed with a body of aircraft-quality aluminum and a HexFlat design for stable flight.
As if these features aren’t enough Rage even came up with the Shocklock system, which uses an O-ring to absorb the shock of the blades if they hit bone on the way out.
Which Rage Broadheads are right for you?
- 100-grain 2-blade with 2″ cutting diameter.
- 125-grain 2-blade with 2″ cutting diameter.
- 100-grain 3-blade with 1.5″ cutting diameter.
- 40KE 1.5″ 2-blade for extra-large game.
- Rage Titanium with 2-blade and 2″ cutting diameter
Don’t forget to print out your Rage Broadheads coupon and bring it to Grand Valley Sporting Goods to get $5 off (regular price $39.95) a pack of your choice of Rage Broadheads (excludes Titanium.)
Watch the Rage Broadheads video below to see it in slow-motion and see how it compares to other broadheads.
Feel free to comment about your thoughts of Rage Broadheads.
Only Ozone kills 99.9% of bacteria!
The Log6 Ozone Generator eradicates scent by killing 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria and micro-organisms. So. Go ahead and clean your hunting wear with scent free soap, wear anti microbial undergarments, spray your boots and wear your carbon clothing…but not without killing 99.9% of all the bacteria with a Log6 Ozone Generator!
Ozone vs. Machine Washing/Soap: If you are a serious big game hunter, you wash your hunting clothing in a scent free soap. This is a good idea but the truth is, while soap is good for removing dirt, it doesn’t kill 99.9% of Bacteria! OZONE does.
Ozone vs. Anti-Microbial Fabrics: Anti-microbial fabric treatments inhibit bacterial growth. While this is good, once again, anti-microbial treatments do not kill all of the bacteria. Ozone does!
Ozone vs. Scent Elimination Sprays: Scent elimination sprays claim to change the structure of odor molecules or even kill bacteria chemically. But sprays are designed to apply topically and therefore, won’t kill all bacteria. Ozone will kill 99.9%!
Ozone vs. Carbon Hunting Clothing: Carbon captures odor causing micro-organisms in its labyrinth of nooks and crannies. What it doesn’t do is eliminate scent from the garments outer fabric or kill 99.9% of bacteria. Ozone does.
- Accelerator Breech Plug
- LT-1 Alloy Frame with Premium CeraKote Finish
- Comfort-Grip Overmolding
- Quick Release of Drop Out Trigger assembly for easy cleaning and maintenance
- 360 Degree Barrel Porting reduces muzzle jump
- Quick Relief Recoil Pad
- PAS-Projectile Alignment System easy loading and more consistent groups
- Soft Touch camouflage stocks
Hoyt has released several new archery bows for 2010 including the Carbon Matrix, Maxxis, AlphaBurner, Vicxen, and the Contender. Each are unique and come with the great quality of all Hoyt bows. Click on the link below to discover what each of the new archery bows from Hoyt are all about.
2010 Hoyt carbon matrix Hoyt 2010: Carbon Matrix, Maxxis, AlphaBurner, Vicxen, The Carbon Matrix is Hoyt’s “showboat” bow for 2010 and features an all carbon riser. There are three main tubes that are hollow and make use of the same O …
Publish Date: 11/18/2009 20:56
Watch the video below for a close-up look at the Hoyt Maxxis bow in action.
Find more bow tests and reviews at www.compound-bow-review.com. Testing the Hoyt Maxxis 31 with two different arrow weights with the bow set at a 29 inch draw and 65 lbs.
Mathews released their new archery bows of 2010 and one of them is the Z7. Mathews continue to out do themselves every year and this year is no exception. Click on the link below for a detailed review about the Mathews Z7 bow.
Mathews Z7 Review. BACK GROUND. I want to start this review out by asking a simple question. How do the folks at Mathews keep building bows that just turn the industry upside down? The first thing I noticed about the Z7 was what a …
Publish Date: 01/19/2010 11:40
Watch the new Mathew Z7 bow being paper tuned in the video below.
Mathew Solocam Z7 Review and Live Demonatration and paper tuning. Specifications: – IBO Rating:up to 332 fps – Axle-to-Axle:30″ – Brace Height:7″ – Draw Weight:40, 50, 60, 65, 70lbs – Bow Weight…