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    Flying Arrow Archery Introduces The New "Toxic" Broadhead

    Hello fellow archers and thanks for for checking us out. As the former owners of Trophy Ridge and Rocket Aeroheads, we introduce to you "Flying Arrow Archery" and the Toxic broadhead. No o-rings, no rubber bands, no set screws, and no clips. With it's new innovative design that brings you almost 5" of cutting surface, with a 7/8" cutting diameter, this totally revolutionary design is the most accurate, quiet, and devastating broadhead to ever come to market.

    We are currently at the ATA trade show in louisville. To see first hand come see us at booth 2358. Hope to see you there. Happy Hunting!!!!


    Check this video out at youtube. You won't be disappointed!!!

    http://youtu.be/wDKLxpw31VY

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    Re: Flying Arrow Archery Introduces The New "Toxic" Broadhead

    Very interesting looking broadhead. Wouldn't mind giving them a look. Good luck.

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    I think they look interesting as well. Wouldn;t they be illegal in several states though with the 7/8" cutting diameter (not cutting surface)? Kind of reminds me of a broadhead I used years back that produced a "spiral wound channel"...I believe it was a Crimson Talon model??? They are different in many ways, but personally remind of that cut....and they did a number on deer I shot that year. Curious to know what states these would be considered illegal in....as I believe I have read there are certain states requiring at least 1 inch cutting diamter or more.
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    Very interesting design!!! When will they be available for purchase and price?

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    Looking at the pictures on their web site that it's going to take some serious "poo-poo" to shoot one of these through any critter.
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    I just looked through about every state and was incorrect...it seems 7/8" is the minimum in many with 3/4" in some states. That's great. I am curious as to the pricing and availability to the market as well. Any more testing done other than the milk jugs (i.e plywood, penetration, etc...). Thank you.
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    Those will be illegal in States that have that reg about the cutting surface of each blade having to remain in the same plane...like Colorado and many others.
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    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...ebay+broadhead
    similar to these, single bevel and all...

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    Definitely an interesting looking BH, I am curious about the further testing as well!

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    Is it just me, or did anyone else notice the similarities between their logo and that of New Breed Archery.

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    I'm interested cant wait to see where this goes.
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    I'm more than interested. Please PM me. I want half a dozen or so. Probably more... Will lose a few to plywood and bone.

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    Ahhh another water jug test. Yes, I would buy those if I was hunting Gallon water jugs. But lets face it, how many deer have you ever shot had a plastic jug as a rib cage and water inside instead of heart and lungs.

    Those test like that (water jug test, plywood test,...) really don't mean anything.
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    Flying Arrow Archery Introduces The New "Toxic" Broadhead

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    shoot them into plywood and barrels,i want to see if the blades stay on...

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    Interested in seeing more about these heads. When are they going to be available?

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    Interesting but may not be legal in some states (as stated above) due to the diameter and blade curvature. Penetration is questionable due to the increased drags. I may be wrong though.

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    Too bad you didn't just improve upon the Steelhead. Would never shoot a BH with curved blades like that. Good luck to you though.
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    No denying that it put a massive hole in those Jugs!

    Like the others have said will love to see a durability test and a penetration test.

    With the way the blades are designed it cuts in a 360 degree plane and not just 2, 3 or 4 planes. The blood channel would be massive and unrestricted. It should lead to outstanding blood trails.

    Nice Job, would love to get my hands on some of these if the penetration test are favorable.

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    Flying Arrow Archery Introduces The New "Toxic" Broadhead

    Can w get an up close pic of these ..?
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    They have some close up pics on their web page.
    http://flyingarrowmontana.com/#!/splash-page

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    Hmmmm gonna have to stop by and check these out
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    Thanks everyone for your comments and questions. First off these are legal. If you take one of the blades off and set it on a flat surface, the cutting edge of the blade all touch the surface making the cutting edge on the same plane. The pictures are showing the blades having a curve, but its the picture. Your not seeing the blade at a true broadside view.

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    Very interesting.
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    Now put a deer shoulder in front of the jug and shoot all three.Then we can tell.

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