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Rage Chisel 3 Blade Broadheads - 100 Grain 1/5 Inch

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Rage Chisel 3 Blade Expandable Broadhead’s are the most popular models, now available with bone-piercing chisel tips. Rage gives you rear-deploying SlipCam broadheads with its bone-busting chisel point to create the Rage Chisel Tip broadheads. The razor sharp steel blades deploy to cut a path through game. The results are huge entry holes and wound channels, exception blood trails and quick humane kills. The hardened stainless steel chisel point will bash through any bone that gets in its way.

The Rage Chisel Tip broadhead 3-blade has a 1.5-inch cutting diameter and is a 100 Grain weight. The Rage Chisel Tip broadheads offer the ShockLock blade retention system. This allows the blades to lock in place by using an O-ring that acts as a shock absorber for the blades. They remain locked in place until the moment of impact. The Rage Chisel 3 Blade Expandables are easily recognizable by their black, anti-friction nickel coated chisel points and red anodized ferrules.

Rage Chisel 3 Blade Expandable Broadhead Features:

  • Rear-deploying SlipCam broadheads
  • Bone-busting chisel point
  • ShockLock blade retention system
  • O-ring acts as a shock absorber for the blades
  • Blades remain locked until moment of impact
  • Black anti-friction chisel points
  • Red anodized ferrules

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