NEW Titanium Rage Broadhead for 2010.

SUPERIOR, Wisconsin –The Rage has introduced its ultimate Titanium Rage 2-blade broadhead that combines a space-age metal with the SlipCam rear-deploying-blade design that has revolutionized bowhunting.

With the strength of steel at a fraction of its weight and with twice the strength of aluminum, titanium is the primary metal used in the aerospace industry due to its superb weight-to-density ratio and relatively ductile nature.

Considering the structure and bone density of big-game animals, titanium is the ultimate choice for hide-cutting, bone-splitting devastation.

The top-of-the-line Titanium Rage 100-grain 2-blade’s durability is second to none, and it is designed and tested to withstand numerous hits on bone and soft tissue. Already considered by an overwhelming number of professional bowhunters to be the most devastatingly accurate broadhead design in the world, the Rage raises the bar with the incorporation of titanium construction with the new head. For the bowhunter, this means titanium tough and smaller diameter equals better penetration.

The revolutionary SlipCam rear-blade-deployment system used in the Titanium Rage broadhead offers fully deployed blades immediately upon impact, with no loss of kinetic energy. This results in huge entry holes, gaping wound channels and unprecedented blood trails, and now with the incorporation of titanium construction, the new Titanium Rage has unsurpassed durability and strength for shot-after-shot success.

The Titanium Rage is recognizable by its natural, lustrous metallic color, and it will be sold in packs of three broadheads with a free practice head for $84.99.

The Rage is also available in 100-grain in either a 2-Blade design, with either the new 1.5-inch or the giant 2-inch cutting diameter, or a 3-Blade design, with a 1.5-inch cutting diameter. The new 125-grain 2-blade is also available. For an in-depth look at the Rage and the revolutionary, patented designs, check out the interactive website

Rage Broadheads is headquartered at 101 Main Street, Superior, WI 54880. Please visit their website for more information.


  1. Are the blades Titanium or just the body?

  2. Justin Zarr says:

    Just the ferrule is Titanium. The blades are still made from stainless steel.

  3. Droptizzle says:

    84.99 for three broadheads?? I will refrain from throwing the Axe and stick to NAP products;)

  4. Why would anyone care what the ferrule is made of compared with the blades?

  5. "For the bowhunter, this means titanium tough and smaller diameter equals better penetration" Thats the only reason I can see anyone caring about the ferrule being titanium, If it was the blades i could see this product taking off a lot more since there are a lot of people that say the blades on the original Rage bend and warp, and titanium would fix this problem. Then again Rage does offer replacement blades and keeping them stainless would keep price lower, So you are actually paying more for the titanium in the beginning but over time it might actually save you money if you only replace blades as the original Rage aluminum ferrule might be easily bent or destroyed if it hits a rock ect…

  6. Eric Matz says:

    still looks like junk to me

  7. RICHIE MUSIC says:


  8. That is one ominous looking broadhead.

  9. theinnocentone says:

    thats cool for the much does it cost???

  10. If the blades were made out of titanium too, the company could offer lighter broadheads (e.g.: 90gr, 85gr, 75gr) thus expanding their market (but then… there's the cost factor).

  11. DylloN Hall says:

    Way over priced, the blades should be made from titanium aslso with a price still less that. I liked the origional rage two blade. The 40ke does not work nearly as good the two inch, however i will try these new rage if money will allow but i think your shooting yourselves in the foot by putting a outragious price on them just because you can when this country is in an economic low.


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