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Rage Broadheads Leads the Evolution in Lethal Technology with the New Rage X-Treme
SUPERIOR, Wis. (January 9, 2012) — This morning at the Archery Trade Association Show in Columbus, Ohio, Rage Outdoors introduced the most lethal broadhead to ever hit the market: The Rage X-Treme. With a 2.3-inch cutting diameter, the sweeping blade angle on the new X-Treme maintains kinetic energy longer and penetrates deeper than any other blade, and produces larger entry and exit wounds for even better blood trails. This new broadhead is uniquely designed with a single-bevel blade that improves bone- and tissue-cutting performance on even the toughest of prey.
For dependable blade containment and deployment at all times, the Rage X-Treme has been designed with with the newly patented Shock Collar. This new design will ensure that your blades will remain in place until that ultimate moment of truth.
The new Rage X-Treme broadheads are easily recognizable by their yellow ferrule design, and they were designed for use with bow draw weights in excess of 60 pounds. They will be available at retailers nationwide this spring, and the MSRP for the Rage X-Treme 3-pack will be $49.99.
Rage Outdoors is headquartered in Superior, Wis. For more information on the full line of revolutionary SlipCam Rage Broadheads and the Ghost Quiver, contact Rage Outdoors, 1230 Poplar Avenue, Superior, WI 54880; call (715) 392-2860; or visit www.ragebroadheads.com <http://www.ragebroadheads.com> .
They say it is designed for bows with draw weights of over 60 pounds, but I wonder what kind of kinetic energy requirements it needs?
Well I am shooting a Mathews Z7 Extreme and 65lb draw weight and 30" draw length...
trying some this year...I will report back if I have any shots
It has been out for a while now...............HEH.
I took a button buck Friday the 5th and 4:55pm and I can say without question the new Rage Xtreme is devastating. What I thought was a 2 year old doe ended up being a button buck which is not my proudest moment but i guess its still meat in the freezer.
However the wound this broadhead made was phenominal to say the least