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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
on October 22, 2013
12 Guage Slug Broadheads!!! I have used Muzzy broadheads for approximately 25 years with good results but some bad. I decided to give Toxic Broadheads a try this bow season. I really liked the unique design and it sounded logical that they would fly better. I have been shocked with their performance to say the least! I have killed 4 deer in the past 3 weeks with them. Every deer looked as though I shot it with a 12 guage slug and shot placement was super accurate flying exactly like my practice tips. I shot two at 20 yards that only ran about 50 yards before expiring. I shot a nice buck at 30 yards dead in the chest after a long stare down. He ran about 80 yards before give up the ghost. Complete penetration exiting thru right rib cage with heavy bleeding. I shot a doe at 45 yards quartering toward me. She also had a stare down with me and was about to bolt so I decided to pull the trigger. I hit her in right lung area with the arrow going completely thru her stomach and exiting left back leg. She had massive damage thruout cavity with quarter size hole completely thru. The arrow buried in ground after exit. She ran about 100 yards because she still had another lung. However, the trama was so severe that she was dead on her feet. The blood trails usually do not start good until 15 to 20 yrds. After that though, the ground was literally painted with blood on all 4 deer. Not one of the broadheads broke even after passing thru bone. Please do not ever stop making these broadheads. I am a client for life!!!
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2013
I have not taken any game with this broadhead. I can only comment on accuracy and durability. I have shot one of my Toxic broadheads over two dozen times into different high density targets without any damage to the broadhead. It puts a hurting on the targets, when you pull the arrow out you get three 12" long pieces of foam that look like thick spaghetti.

I gave it four stars because it impacts 5" to the right of my field tips every single time. Elevation is the same, it just planes right (with my bow) I am going to try and tune my bow to shoot them and field tips to the same point of impact, because I think these broadheads are worth the effort. From the damage they do to the targets, and the penetration I get, I think these broadheads are going to be deadly on game.

7-03-13 Update on my original review, I had my Bow tuned by a pro (finally), and now these Toxic Broadheads hit with my field points every time now. I knew it was my bow and not the broadheads so I just wanted to clear that up. 5 Stars!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on September 17, 2013
wish I would have video taped the blood trail a steady stream of blood and not that great of a hit. left a hole the size of a quarter. did run for 300 yards but only because i didn't hit any thing vital. like i said bad shot. just imagine having a bucket of blood and running and pouring it out at the same time. just bought 4 more packs.

check out youtube toxic broad head doe kill shot in the shoulder complete pass through at 43 yards. deer only went 20 yards. left a hole like it got shot by a rifle.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on April 3, 2014
At the end of the 2013 bow season I was going to post my review and as always life seemed to get the best of my memory.
I'm shooting a Hoyt Vector 32 with a 62lb draw weight. Fully equipped it shoots my field points at 288 feet per second.

Accuracy: I was shocked to see several reviews where folks had issues with these fixed blade broadheads. One review mentioned arrow weight overall being an issue and that makes sense. I'll be honest, I don't use mechanicals so I don't have a real frame of reference to compare the two as far as accuracy goes. Compared to the Muzzy MX3s I used there was no comparison for accuracy. The Toxic flew almost identical as my field points. My insecurity vanished with the first round of practice shots with these.

Damage: I shot one buck and 3 does with the same three arrows and got a complete pass through on 3 of the 4. The one that didn't go all the way through hit the shoulder on the far side. All 4 looked as if they had been hit with my 12gauge slug gun and the blood trails were immense. Once my processor saw the first one I brought him he actually thought I did shot it with a 12 gauge. As others have said, the blood trails were pretty immense.

Durability: All three seemed in fine shape and ready for action. I'm not sure which one of the three actually took the second deer.

One other thing to note about my setup. I use a Bitzenburger Fletching Jig with a right hand helical and 4 inch vanes.

God Bless and good hunting.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on October 7, 2013
I recently bought 3 of these broadheads, reviews say that it has field tip accuracy so i didnt bother to shoot at a target before taking them hunting. My second hunt i had a whitetail about 30 yds away, without thinking twice i drew back and shot. The arrow with the Toxic Broadhead flew straight through the lungs and stuck about 4 inches in the ground behind it. The deer dropped in his tracks and laid there for a few seconds, got up and ran about 5 yds and died there. I shoot a Bowtech Vital Impact from 2007 with 60lb draw weight, I wouldnt second guess buying more Toxic Broadheads. They arent lying when they say it has field tip accuracy, well worth it.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on October 13, 2013
I have been using Bloodrunners the last 2 years and never had a lost deer. I have experienced minor accuracy problems with the Bloodrunners , but I cannot get a good pattern with the toxics??? I have adjusted and adjusted my sites but I am unable to get any sort of group. I would really like to try these out on a deer but I am not comfortable with my shots to take them in the field yet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2015
Not impressed with these. I bought them for my new crossbow and they flew really well and sighted in very easily. However when I shot a doe with one at 20 yards I got pretty poor penetration. The doe dropped in it's tracks because I hit high on a rib and it snapped the deers spine. The doe was still alive and tried crawling off on it's front legs. I reloaded a second bolt and waited until the doe picked it's head up and shot it in the neck, again at 20 yards. That bolt went thru the deers neck but only stuck out the other side a couple inches. There's no reason why it shouldn't have zipped right thru the neck. Didn't hit any bone at all. I seriously question the ability of this broadhead to penetrate well if it can't even shoot thru a deers neck. Both broadheads were ruined and are now unusable. I will not be using these broadheads again on deer based on my experience and from the poor reviews I've read on here.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 20, 2014
I did a lot of researched and read and watched plenty of youtube commentaries. Its everything I had hoped it would be. Go a mice doe on my first shot with this broad head.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 2, 2013
Shot my deer at 15 yards with my new mathews chill 65lb draw toxic head went right thru deer walked another 20 yards then fell over worked awesome
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 5, 2015
Thsee things work wonders. Shot a button buck after getting bow back from getting restrung didn't shoot it before I went to the field. Had a button buck 35 yards from me. Pulled trigger on the crossbow it shot to the right hitting him in the rear roasts just missing hip bone. Went thru both sides and buried it self in the dirt.. but I did have a very distinct blood trail to follow for 300+ yards.
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