Hypodermic Trypan

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Hypodermic Trypan


  • Titanium Streamlined Ferrule
  • 100 Grain
  • 2 " Cutting Diameter
  • Super Swept Back Blade Design
  • .039 Blade Thickness
  • Trypan Specific SHOCK COLLAR
  • 3 Pack

Trypanophobia is the fear of hypodermic needles, and the 100 grain Hypodermic Trypan is just about the scariest broadhead Rage has ever introduced to the hunting woods. With its needle-like, streamlined titanium ferrule and 2-inch cutting diameter, the Trypan creates a slap-cut entry hole well in excess of 2.5 inches. Afterward, the Trypan’s .039-inch-thick razor-sharp stainless steel blades settle into a sweptback blade-angle configuration. These are the thickest blades Rage has ever used in a broadhead!  Even though the blades are monstrous once deployed, they create only a 3/4-diameter in-flight profile.

The grey polymer Trypan-specific Shock Collar™ provides exceptional blade retention and consistently reliable blade deployment. The one time use Shock Collars are keyed to notches in the Trypan’s titanium ferrule, so they never can be put on incorrectly. 


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  • 5

    Posted by The Pallbearer on 29th Jan 2018

    Hands down.........These 2 blade killers are the best of the rest.....I shot this from a crossbow that shoots 360+ FPS with no problem..........Took 4 does & a black bear.....Massive blood trail and easy recovery....I will never shoot a 3 blade again..

  • 5

    Posted by Eric on 8th Jan 2018

    I've shot 1 Aoudad, 1 blackbuck, and a pig with these. They are TOUGH heads. Only damage was slightly bent ferule, slightly bent blades. I shoot a 546 arrow at 270 FPS and these heads broke alot of bonus and kept going without failure

  • 4

    Posted by John May on 15th Dec 2017

    These are Awesome heads. Strong and sharp! I would like to see the blades held more securly so as to not open so easily when in the quiver or hitting brush. I used a small amount of silicone on the back part of the blades to help with retention and to silence them from rattling and making noise. The soft silicone does not effect opporation nor inhibit full deployment.

  • 5

    Posted by Joseph Lumbert on 21st Nov 2017

    Very impressed with these heads. Switched over to these this year and they have not dissapointed. Three shots and three down in less than 100 yds. Excellent holes and penetration through the ribs. Flight is impressive as field points. I had to order shock collars as they do come apart fairly easily if snagged while walking through the woods. I have had multiple uses off of the same broadhead. Would purchase again without hesitation.

  • 5
    Rage Hypodermic Trypan 2-blade

    Posted by Zach Souder on 20th Nov 2017

    I purchased the Hypodermic Trypans in the middle of the 2017 whitetail season. A week before this purchase I shot a doe with another brand of mechanical broadheads; needless to say, on a double lung shot the blades broke off before the exit hole. Due to sheer luck and dedication to find this deer, I recovered the animal. As soon as i returned home, without question I tossed those broadheads in the trash. To make a long story short, a friend recommended the Hypodermic Trypans. I bought these with zero confidence after the last brand's showcase. I sat in the same stand the day after I bought them and shot another doe; I could not shake the thought of this broadhead failing me like the last one had. It was dark once I climbed down and finding my arrow wasn't even a question due to my nockturnal lighted nock; which I will never hunt without. The blood trail was nearly instantaneous and could not be ignored; I studied the broadhead, to my surprise it was unscathed. I followed it for about 30 yards and recovered the animal. I never gut my deer where I hunt. While I was gutting this deer I wanted to see what kind of damage the Hypodermic Trypan had really done. Both lungs had a near fist size hole in them and the arteries were chopped off the top of the heart; a perfect shot with a perfect broadhead. I will recommend these to anyone that has a bow able to push them through a deer. I shoot a Mathews Halon 6 at 70#; contact your local pro-shop to ask about your individual bow. Thank you for your time; I wanted to give an honest and thorough review of this life changing product.