Rage Improves on Perfection with the New Hypodermic Trypan

Rage Hypo Trypan
Rage Hypo Trypan
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SUPERIOR, Wis. -(Ammoland.com)- How does a company improve upon a design that has proven as wildly successful and immensely popular as the Rage Hypodermic?

Rage engineers answered that question with a new broadhead that boasts ridiculous strength, huge slap-cuts on entry and a sweptback blade angle for unprecedented penetration, and they named it the Trypan.

Trypanophobia is the fear of needles, and the new 100-gr. 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. 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 indexed to notches in the Trypan’s titanium ferrule, so they never can be put on incorrectly.

The new Rage Hypodermic Trypan comes in a three-pack with a practice tip, and are available at retailers nationwide and conveniently online at www.ragebroadheads.com with a suggested retail price of $54.99.

 

About Rage Broadheads:

Rage Broadheads is the world’s number-one manufacturer of expandable broadheads. It also manufactures quivers and accessories. A FeraDyne Outdoors brand, Rage is headquartered at 101 Main Street, Superior, WI 54880; call 866-387-9307; or visit their website.

  • 3 thoughts on “Rage Improves on Perfection with the New Hypodermic Trypan

    1. Just got back from taking a black bear in Canada with the new Trypan. It performed just like all the other rage broadheads I’ve used. My arrow blew right through the bear leaving a major exit hole. The arrow and broadhead passed through both shoulder blades , that’s blades not shoulder. You can’t pass through the actual shoulder ball socket. Won’t happen, even with a bullet. So to sum it up, the Trypan performed perfectly.

    2. I just bought 2 packets in South Africa and theres no practice tip inside.

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