Here's an honest review of the broad head and I ask if anyone else has used them with any issues. Last year after a favorable review from a friend and I picked up a pack of Dead Ringer Rampage 3 blades 100gr. I was thrilled at the accuracy of the head, I regularly shoot out to 80 yards and the broad head really flew terrific. So, last season I had a buck I was looking for come into 26 yards I came to full draw and slipped a Dead Ringer 3 blade through both lungs it hit exactly where I was aiming. I got a complete pass through and the buck made it about 50 yards towards the wood line before expiring. The 3 blades deployed and the rubber washer was seated against my fletchings, I inspected the damage it caused and was impressed. It worked perfectly. Later last year, I was hunting in KS on one of my buddies properties and I had a buck come in that I was looking to shoot and I let one fly same distance 26 yards and the arrow hit through both lungs and the deer stood still for probably 20-30 seconds before running 40 yards or so and falling over. I've got a complete pass through, I walk down collect my arrow and notice that the rubber washer is sitting just behind the broad head I also notice that all 3 blades are still in the non-deployed position. This puzzled me as I couldn't conceive how this could have happened, so after gutting the deer and skinning it I compared the broadhead hole on both sides to the size of the broad head deployed and not and came the conclusion that I got lucky in that the blades never actually deployed. Fast forward to this weekend, I was out Saturday AM and had a small buck come by in some oaks that I've been hunting, we'll I decided to take him if he came close enough. He happened to stroll into 27 yards and I shot him through his lungs however hit bone on the other side and didn't get a complete pass through, the buck went 50 yards and check out. The arrow was broken off when the deer flopped over however enough was sticking out that I could grab a hold of it. I pulled it back out before gutting the deer and saw that the rubber washer was just off the broad and also seemed like the blades hadn't deployed again. So we opened it up and took a real good look at the entrance hole and came to the conclusion that the blades had not deployed again. So a couple of things. First, I am finished with these broad heads. Next is that they still work unlike some other mechanical broad heads if they don't deploy. I am usually anal about shit like this and normally would have photographed it all and I didn't and wont have an opportunity to because they will not be shot at another deer. I would love to hear if anyone has had great success with this exact broad head. One thing I forgot is that I actually spoke to one of there "pro staffers" in Harrisburgh and discussed the buck I had shot in KS and he said that he's shot plenty of deer with that head and never had it fail to open 100% of the time the rubber washer ends up sitting at the base of his fletchings, which has not been my experience 66% of the time. Thanks for reading and good luck.