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The blades sit farther back vs the older Rages. Hence the blades may indeed contact fro;t rest depending on their orientation.
Thought I would make folks aware. Obviously this would not apply to R26 shooting oem length bolts.

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Have only used one Rage Nc broadhead. It went in the ground a foot after passing though deer.
Blades dulled yet held their shape (not bent).
Take out top screw only (nearer point) for blade removal. There are 2 screws on head).
I sharpened and put back together.
For another shot.
 

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Yes, I noticed this as well. I purchased these and had to try different broadheads on each bolt until when they tightened, they were properly oriented. Then I put 3 in my quiver...problem solved.
 

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Same here, use o-rings to space the head outward more. Still on the fence about them.
Blades seem more durable than original hypos.
Question is how many times can blades be reset and not worry about premature opening?

One I used on deer opened on impact.
 
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