X-treme Turkey Broadhead

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X-treme Turkey Broadhead


  • Anodized Aluminum Ferrule with Meat Hook Cut-on-Contact Tip
  • 100 Grain
  • 2.125" x .75" Cutting Diameter
  • Swept Back Blade Angle
  • .035 Blade Thickness
  • X-treme Series SHOCK COLLAR
  • 2 Pack

Rage has designed a broadhead specifically for turkey hunters that will eliminate the problem of a flopping-then-fleeing gobbler following an otherwise fast and deadly pass-through. The Rage Turkey broadhead features a new cut-on-contact tip with a pair of massive Meat Hooks to inflict maximum lethal damage, all while slowing the arrow enough to anchor the bird. This Turkey Broadhead combines a gigantic 2 1/8-inch-cutting-diameter, two-blade Slip-Cam broadhead with the Meat-Hook Tip to stop a turkey dead in its tracks.

This Rage Turkey broadhead features a pair of surgically ground, .035-inch-thick stainless steel blades that produce an initial slap-cut entry hole of nearly 3 inches, and while the Meat-Hook Tip has a 9/16-cutting diameter in its own right, a pair of blunt notches on each side of the tip were designed to slow the arrow as quickly as possible upon impact to potentially impair one or both wings for a faster, safer kill.

The 100-grain Rage Turkey Broadhead also features an extremely aerodynamic, precision-machined and anodized aluminum ferrule paired with the proprietary Rage Shock Collar™ for optimum blade retention and consistently reliable blade deployment. The 100-gr. weight on this broadhead offers archers the ability to change broadheads with little, if any, adjustment to their bow setup between seasons. 

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  • 5
    Turkey Extreme

    Posted by Brian Lange on 12th May 2017

    The turkey Extreme puts down the turkey Great. Took my first bird this year 2017.

  • 5
    Xtremely Deadly

    Posted by Adam on 5th May 2017

    Put my Tom down with this and he was dead in seconds. Made a heck of a hole and kept my arrown in the bird. He didn't go anywhere though. He piled up where he stood. Highly Recomend these for those big Gobblers you don't want to get away.