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Product Description
Product Description
• Open-flex technology and a single beveled edge allows the blades to flex open when they encounter bone, leaving a wound that is second to none
• Meat Worm Technology™
• RCD (Radical Decompression Technology)
• Massive bone crushing chisel tip
• 1" cutting diameter
• 100 grains
• 3 heads per pack

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Best there is! Review by Ashrho
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I'm an avid hunter and when it comes to a good clean kill, toxics are the way to go. Blood trails are instant, my kills never went further than 35 yds, and penetration is unbelievable. They are definatly toxic!

(Posted on 7/14/16)

horrible broadhead Review by Scott
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When I first bought these broadheads I was impressed with the cutting diameter that these would make. The first animal that I shot with the Toxic broadheads was a feral hog. The toxic got poor penetration at 10 yards and there was no blood trail to speak of. Luckily the hog had not gone far and I was able to get within range a second time and arrow it again. Same as first arrow with little to no penetration. I believed that with the tough hide and bone structure of a hog, that was the reason that I had poor penetration. I was wrong!!! This year I had an 8 point buck come busting in with some doe at 10 or so yards. My shot may have been slightly back since the buck was walking, but clearly in the lung/liver area. I watched the buck go out of sight, crawled down to look at my arrow and it was gone. Also there was NO BLOOD. Not just a little, not a drop, but NO BLOOD. At this point my heart sank as I knew the buck was hit hard. We searched for the buck for three days and on the third day found one spot of blood, confirming my fear that I had hit the buck. We never recovered the buck. With the hole that these broadheads would logically make there should be blood everywhere. After this happened I started to really analyze the Toxic broadhead and this is what I have come up with. Because the shape and cutting path that these heads make, hair, fat, and tissue get pushed into the entrance hole by the force of the arrow entering the body cavity. If there is no exit hole made because the loss of kinetic energy exerted from trying to core out muscle, fat, and bone, there will be no blood trail. These broadheads may look like they will give you an impressive blood trail but learn from my mistake. DO NOT BUY THESE BROADHEADS!!! You will be disappointed and possibly lose the buck of a lifetime.

(Posted on 11/19/15)

Works as advertised Review by Francisco d'Anconia
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Shot a decent-sized doe yesterday here in CT, from 25 yards, using a Ten-Point X-bow. Arrow went completely through the deer (slightly quartering), she jumped, ran approx. 75 yards before collapsing. I heard her go down, and simply walked over to retrieve her but afterwards, out of curiosity, I followed the blood trail from where I hit. First 10 yards, nothing (to a casual eye), then huge gouts of blood even a blind bat could follow. Butchering reveled a huge exit hole, so that explains that.

The arrow hit pretty much exactly where I aimed it (allowing for a tinge of operator error), penetrated beautifully and bled the deer out almost immediately. I'll keep using these, for both my X-bow and compound. Very pleased with the product, especially after a few annoying experiences with rubber band heads.

(Posted on 10/8/14)

Makes one heck of a hole Review by Jeremy
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Shot a fallow deer with one and the hole it made was as if a half dollar hit it. Amazing.

(Posted on 2/8/14)

Shooting the Flying Arrow Toxic Broadheads Review by Chuck
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I brought the Flying Arrow Toxic Broad heads after seeing the video. I got my first shot at a 4 Pointer using my crossbow with the Toxic Broad head at 23 yards the bolt passed thru the right shoulder and out. Landing about 6 feet from the shot. Picking up the bolt there was hair, blood and bone in the Broad head. The buck ran about 20 yards and went down. The Toxic left a great blood trial.
When boning out the buck, there was a hole in the should plate a bout the size of a quarter. From that time on I have told everyone that I know. That these Toxic Broad Heads are best that I have seen, as far as how they fly and their penetration. I plan on buying another set for net year spring turkey hunt. They Are The Greatest

(Posted on 12/12/13)

impressed Review by the old man
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shot last week end,WOW!! shoots like field tip, tracks straight, quiet, at 100 gr it's perfest and man the cuting path it leaves is OUT-STANDING. Nothing will walk away from this hit ,at most not very far. Also surprised that it pull from target block very smoothly.

(Posted on 4/23/13)

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