You can try the Rage on crossbow, but I had trouble hitting with the 3 blade rage. Don't have any experience with the 2 blade rage, I hear they are great. They had trouble with the early 3 blades and then modified them, but I was not satisfied. I thought it might just be the extra poundage of the crossbow opening the blades in filght. I tried them on my matthews bow and couldn't hit the same place twice either. May have just been the ones I got, but to me it is 35 dollars in the drawer, never to be used again. I'd go with the NAP spitfires, if I were intent on using mechanicals and avoiding 0'rings. I really like them for my regular bow and some crossbow packages come with them. Slick Tricks might work well for you also. I am really impressed with the way they shoot. They are not mechanicals, but fly just like a field point. Shot mine this weekend and they do as advertised. Now I can continue to practice with my field points and be confident my broadheads will hit the same place.