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    Toxic broadheads

    I bought these yesterday. I was really torn between using the NAP killzones again this year or going back to a fixed blade. After some research and looking I decided to give these a shot. I put them on Easton axis shafts with blazer vanes. I had sighted my bow with a new sight a few weeks ago. With these heads I had to adjust a little. I was still good at 20 yards but noticed a little drop at 30. Once I was sighted in I was shooting well. They fly pretty nice. I tried them on straight and helix vanes and they they seem to fly better with the straight at the longer distances. I shot them out to sixty with no problems. So far my only complaint is that they destroyed my target. But I needed a new one soon anyway so now I have an excuse.



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    Those look like they will produce a large wound channel how much where they and you gotta post the entry and exit wounds and maybe blood trail if possible with them things

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    Same price as most of the other ones at $40 for three. Can't wait to see what these do to a deer.


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    I seen them at the store the other week. Looks like a smart design and would cause a lot of damage. I was just nervous about their flight. You'll have to let us all know how they do. They look mean
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    I picked up a pack of them on Ebay. 2 friends I hunt with are going to try them also this year. If they do half of what they say it will be a huge improvement over my 3 blade muzzy's. They remind me of the Crimson Talons that I had a few years back, but even more wicked. I can't wait to see what these bad boys do.
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    i shot the crimson talons i really didnt care for them but these look like they would really hurt something saturday needs to get here so you guys can post some pics i would like the blood trail also if possible i have trouble seeing blood maybe these would make it easier what is cutting diameter

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    The cutting diameter is 1 inch. It has 5 inches of cutting edge.


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    Here is one of the first in the field reviews I've seen yet.....

    http://forums.bowhunting.com/bowhunt...ic-review.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Holla View Post
    Here is one of the first in the field reviews I've seen yet.....

    http://forums.bowhunting.com/bowhunt...ic-review.html
    thanks holla for the link

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    My son shot those into my target and yes they do destroy a target
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