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Ok here is the problem. I worked late all week so I couldn't get to the shop to buy broadheads.. I had my wife go get them.. First mistake!!! Told her I needed rage 2 blade 100 g... So, she got the 40ke.... I never said not the 40ke... Second mistake!!! So question is, I'm shootin a crossbow(Horton).. Are the 40 ke gonna make a difference??? Or are they jus gonna shoot the same?? Hopefully someone knows
 

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Well that's an obvious answer. But not the answer to the question I asked.. Hunting in the morning and the archery shop closed at 6
 

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Google Rage 40 KE , You won't use them , They are for short draw light weight bows , crossbow will deploy the blades out of the gate
 

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Google Rage 40 KE , You won't use them , They are for short draw light weight bows , crossbow will deploy the blades out of the gate
 

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Put a small rubber band around the top of the Rage, like their deadly Snyper grandfather used to use.

Rage slip-cams were Rocky Mountain Snypers until they got bought out. Snypers held the blades in with the small rubber band around the top. Rage holds them in with the little notch that holds the blades to the O-ring.

The difference in the 40 KE is in the depth of the notch that holds them to the O-ring, so put the "gumband" on it and it should hold.
 
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