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    Toxic broadheads???

    First off, has anyone tried these yet? Need pics, I seen a youtube video of some one destroying a rhinehart target with these. They look sick.. I just bought some rage chisel tips and ulmer edges but looks like I'll be testing these out on some does. Opinions guys???
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    Toxic vs. rheinhart....rheinhart loses

    This is the toxic.. Shot a hog last week . 198 lb boar. Went 30 yards..
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    Toxic Broadheads + Foam target = Free cheetos for everyone!!

    Those things definitely chew up your targets. Looking forward to see some more results when season starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichHunter77 View Post
    Toxic Broadheads + Foam target = Free cheetos for everyone!!

    Those things definitely chew up your targets. Looking forward to see some more results when season starts.
    They definitely will do some damage. My only question is durability, penetration through bone, and resharpening. There are too many (what seems to be) "one and done" broadheads out there. I don't feel comfortable spending $10+ on a single shot broadhead.

    They look great, and they definitely seem to be a broadhead you don't practice with much. Very interested in future updates about this head.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrot92000 View Post
    They definitely will do some damage. My only question is durability, penetration through bone, and resharpening. There are too many (what seems to be) "one and done" broadheads out there. I don't feel comfortable spending $10+ on a single shot broadhead.

    They look great, and they definitely seem to be a broadhead you don't practice with much. Very interested in future updates about this head.


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    That about sums it up I think. I dont care so much about the resharpening as long as the replacement blades are reasonable.
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    They look like they destroy foam. Not so sure about live game though...

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    Bought a pack of replacement blades but my friend shot a 198 lb boar at 40 yards broadside. Double lung shot and can use it again without a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregcoya View Post
    Bought a pack of replacement blades but my friend shot a 198 lb boar at 40 yards broadside. Double lung shot and can use it again without a problem

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    Doesn't sound too bad on quality then... Did he just hit ribs and shield or was there any shoulder contact? How was the penetration?


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    Complete passthrough but no shield . If I can post pics I will of entry and exit. I can tell you buddyvsaid he saw blood fly from entry

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregcoya View Post
    Complete passthrough but no shield . If I can post pics I will of entry and exit. I can tell you buddyvsaid he saw blood fly from entry

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    Get pics please. There sharpeners available to re sharpen. Just sayin


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    Cant re sharpen. Bought replacement blades

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    Almost anything can be sharpened back up. Haven't gotten to the hunting aspect of archery yet, but I do like knives. With the curve of these blades a ceramic crock stick would do wonders I bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koala3 View Post
    Almost anything can be sharpened back up. Haven't gotten to the hunting aspect of archery yet, but I do like knives. With the curve of these blades a ceramic crock stick would do wonders I bet.
    That's what I was thinking.


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    That would be awesome to see!!

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    My local shop has been shooting 3/8 plywood lots with them and they are holding up well. I think they are a great deer head but I won't use them as I would be scared to shoot a elk or moose with them. The way they core when they cut I would bet they lose a lot of penetration and could possibly jam up the plywood they shot got stuck in the head so your basically pushing that head full of crap through the body.
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