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Been using some of my Rage Hypodermics to shoot woodchucks.

Been doing a number on them as in this pic. 

None have moved a foot. And all have been a bloody wreck.

Yet none have had a drop of blood on the arrow.

Have had reapers doing the same thing. Makes me scratch my head how either broahead can get through there without sign in the arrow.

 

But happy to be cutting down the number of chucks here . Still a few more left

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23 minutes ago, hammer4reel said:

But happy to be cutting down the number of chucks here . Still a few more left

"Cutting down" …....no pun intended:eek:

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Believe it or not the 22-250 makes them explode like this.
Anyway I am glad you posted this. It happened to me once but with deer. I shot a doe at 15 yards, crossbow/rage, and she went 30 yards. Blood allover the place but nothing on my arrow. I could not believe it. Very hard to explain.


 

 

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Luny I had that happen a few winter bows ago with a 2" reaper, def hard to explain.

 

I have shot 6 chucks in the last month ( 4 with Hypos and 2 with reapers) . and everyone has not left a smear on the arrow.

Tonight I even wiped the shaft with a paper towel to see if I just wasn't seeing it. No stickiness, no smell , no blood.

No sign of the shaft going through the chuck,. '

Just weird

 

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40 minutes ago, hammer4reel said:

Luny I had that happen a few winter bows ago with a 2" reaper, def hard to explain.

 

I have shot 6 chucks in the last month ( 4 with Hypos and 2 with reapers) . and everyone has not left a smear on the arrow.

Tonight I even wiped the shaft with a paper towel to see if I just wasn't seeing it. No stickiness, no smell , no blood.

No sign of the shaft going through the chuck,. '

Just weird

 

Weird is right. Maybe sometimes the arrow on close shots passes through so fast the bleeding simply does not happen fast enough? :shock::headscratch:

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Hammer I thought you hated RAGE:headscratch: love a good RAGE post ❤️

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3 minutes ago, Live to Hunt said:

Hammer I thought you hated RAGE:headscratch: love a good RAGE post ❤️

Im using them up on wood chucks, no sense in them sitting in a box.

Funny thing is they have been holding up pretty good even after going through a few chucks.

All I have had to do is change the snap rings, im liking that 

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28 minutes ago, Live to Hunt said:

Hammer I thought you hated RAGE:headscratch: love a good RAGE post ❤️

Ahh yes nothing like a good rage post to get the blood flowing.

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I'm going to have to switch to broadheads.  I shot one right through it's head with a G5 Small Game Head and it hardly did any damage. 

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