I just bought a 2013 Hoyt charger and I'm looking into new brodheads. I've been shooting rage 3 blades. I want brodheads that will pass through easy and leave a good blood trail
The ramcat blades are strong and I’m going to guess they’re one of the main reasons they fly so true. This is a well thought out designed broadhead. Check out my nephews hunt form this season. He went through shoulder blade with one and the blades were sharpened and ready to go again. Same thing with the buck I shot. Went through him, stuck into the ground and the blades looked untouched. Anything can happen in the woods, but I have been on to many expandable track jobs that have come up empty the last couple years. If you have gone with an expandable over the years because of the great flight be aware that there are fixed blades that fly true and cut big and I can attest that ramcats is one of them. And be sure if you go with exodus that you get the unbarbed ones. I’m pretty sure barbed are illegal in PA.bbd!5b said:Ramcats are nice but there only down fall is there slim blades. Ramcats and Qad's are prolly one of the best heads on the market. If it comes down to a choice, i'll chose the Qad's. They are better built. If the ramcats had the stronger blades i would go with them. Now if only Qad's could have the back cut blades....
I tracked and found a doe my brother-in-law had double-lunged (passthru) with a three blade rage and it went well over 200 yds. The blood trail was sparse. I still don't know exactly what happened.Derek10 said:The deer I shot with rage 3 blade didn't even exit there was hardly a blood trail the deer went over 200 yards before dying