Rage Trypan

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  1. Justin

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    Saw the Drury folks tease this one the other day on FB. I believe it's a Titanium ferrule - not sure on the rest of the specs. Any guesses on price? Will it cost more or less than the arrow it's attached to?

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    49.99 :evilgrin: Out of my price range
     
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    I am guessing $44.99 like the Extreme when they first were released. I like the look of it!
     
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    Sure makes a nasty hole.
     
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    Lets see a little cut here and a little extra cut there...ok camera ready....share to facebook...and thats how we do a celebrity endorsement babayyy.

    $55
     
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    OC or rear deploy ?
     
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    I think I saw in the $80/3 price range in the literature handed out today ... ouch.
     
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    I'll keep on buying my NAP Killzones and Double Crosses on clearance at Walmart =)
     
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    If it's any thing like the original titanium rage your looking at a $70-$80 price tag to start. I like Rage but at that price I'd get a Solid or German kinetic fix blade.


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    "Drury Outdoors Angelo James You are sadly misinformed my friend. If you look closely at the post this particular buck was shot right through the shoulder blade. The Trypan performed perfectly taking out both lungs and lodging in the off shoulder. In fact we sharpened the blades quickly and shot another 6.5 year old buck 2 days later that ran 60 yards. Our team shoots 70 plus deer a year with RAGE and have incredible results. Short track jobs and quick clean kills. That's in the field, real world, testimony you can count on."

    Who else believes the highlighted portion? That was a response to a negative rage comment on their facebook page. PRETTY SURE MARK DRURY ISN'T SHARPENING HIS BROADHEADS OR ANY OF THEM FOR THAT MATTER (don't know why I'm yelling sorry).
     
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    I have nothing against Rage heads. In fact, I shot my first 8 pointer this fall with the Rage +P and it did the job perfectly. However, this new head is nothing really new? its just some slight modifications to make it look more fancy and such but will pretty much do the same thing as the other heads. Just simple marketing at its best and gets more business.
     
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    Titanium as already mentioned and .039" stainless blades. Plus a more swept back blade angle which is big. $55 is just MSRP which is still high but I think Rage made a good head honestly


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    Believe they will be $54.99 a pack which is expensive. I believe rage dominated in the broadhead category. Now I debate whether to use double cross or the new trypan.
     
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    I am going to say that it goes for 54.99 for 3. I like Rage broadheads, they have done their jobs perfectly for me over the years. Currently I shot the Rage Hypodermics.
     
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    Rage standard 2 blades and older three blades has worked great for me. I'm happy with them. I only shoot 57lbs so, not looking for the largest blade. Will think about trying these as long as they work for my specific setup.
     
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    The original Rage titanium was my go to favorite head, was very disappointed when Rage quit production.
     
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    Lancaster archery is selling the originals last I seen. On clearance but still around $50


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