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usally i shoot 100 grain muzzys but i would like to try either the rage 2 blade or the ulmer edge. witch would you guys recomend

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  • usally i shoot 100 grain muzzys but i would like to try either the rage 2 blade or the ulmer edge. witch would you guys recomend

    usally i shoot 100 grain muzzys but i would like to try either the rage 2 blade or the ulmer edge. witch would you guys recomend?

  • #2
    I have shot Rage 3-blades for the past several years and I have loved them. The accurracy truely is comparative to field points. I only practice with the practice tips that they provide and I see no change from range to field.

    In my experience these are as advertised, strong, durable, accurate, and great penetration. The hits are devastating and usually result in a quick kill and easy tracking jobs.

    However, one of our team members, Adam, is thinking of switching back to fixed-blades after he hit a buck in the shoulder last year with very little penetration. So its a matter of experience and personal preference.

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    • #3
      Of the three heads mentioned I would shoot the Muzzy 100 grain. Take this advice for what it's worth but I've shot a lot of critters over the years.

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      • #4
        the rage will works great when it stays closed and you do not hit a shoulder blade

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        • #5
          but the rage broadhead has messed up too many times for me. this year i think i am going to use nap killzone
          www.newarchery.com/products/mechanical/killzone-1/

          ps.
          i used rage 3 blade

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          • #6
            ditto buckhunter.

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            • #7
              The ulcer edge!!! i have shoot 2 different deer species, a butt load of texas hogs and a javlina with them and have never had a problem. Some will argue about penetration but I have only not gotten 2 pass throughs and both where slight quartering away shots that hit the shoulder blade on the opposite side. I even had a pass through on a nearly 300 pound boar.But if your muzzy's fly, don't fix what aint broken (i know some faster bows can have problems getting muzzy's to group).

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              • #8
                I used Rages for a little while. The problem I had was that they popped open as I walked through the timber and I had to keep checking them. They snagged on brush easily. There was no accuracy advantage for me but I only shoot to a maximum of about 30 yards or so. My Muzzy fixed blades have always been great and I count on them.

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                • #9
                  Muzzy. 100% reliable and deadly. Archery has enough things that can go wrong. Why add your broadheads to the list?

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                  • #10
                    i had the same problem as DakotaMan

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                    • #11
                      Rage Broadheads!!!

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                      • #12
                        Rage 2 blades....they now have shock collars to improve their performance and give you a greater kill zone with at least a 2 in. cutting diameter.
                        -Jack

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                        • #13
                          Rage 2 blades....they now have shock collars to improve their performance and give you a greater kill zone with at least a 2 in. cutting diameter.
                          -Jack

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