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1.) bucknut - 04/07/2013
Is anyone out there using these? Let me know what you think?
2.) Ventilator - 07/25/2013
3.) Deerminator - 07/26/2013
Whatsa Ramcat?
4.) Bob Peck - 07/26/2013
Ramcats are Rage-like broadheads. Supposedly the latest and greatest. Looks like a variation on a theme so I imagine the performance is also a variation on a theme.

5.) Ventilator - 07/26/2013
Im hesitant to disagree with you Bob, however, ramcats are in no way like a rage broadhead. They have double edge blades to cut upon a reverse exit. They are also not a mechanical head. The blades do pivot forward on removal to prevent it from being classified as a barbed head. I have only killed one bear with them up to this point, but, it left a tremendous wound channel and blood trail. A sometimes tough thing to do on a thick fur, just out of hibernation, bear. They have a hydrofoil system built into the shape of the head that allows them to fly as good as any head ive ever seen, mechanical or otherwise. The only complaint i have with them, so far ,is you have to tighten the blades after every shot into a foam target. They do some serious damage to a target also. As for the head i retrieved after passing thru the bear, the blades were still intact and extremely tight. SO, i guess the blade loosening is only an issue on targets. Im using the Easton Injexion Deep Six system with Ramcats this year.
6.) Deerminator - 07/27/2013
I see:co::co:
7.) Firemanj - 08/15/2013
My cousin killed 3 deer with them last year. I really liked what I saw as far as wound channel and blood trail.