I would say the best broadheads on the market hands down. You guys have made the broadhead that can’t be touched and it’s on another level and gives me that pure confidence when I shoot a animal.!
I haven't had the chance to put these through a deer yet, but I have no doubt that they would get the job done. I bought the 125 gr. xl solids. They make zero noise in flight. Hit exactly where my field points do out to 50 yards. They were really sharp out of the box, but I touched them up using the tota sharpener. I placed masking tape over the sharpening stones and used buffing compound to get them razor sharp. Got them near the end of deer season so I haven't got the chance to see what they will really do. But they will be in my quiver next season. Bought these after shooting 2 deer with a iron will wide broadhead with poor blood trails. Hoping the 4 blade will help.
Yalls heads fly true and leave a devastating, square hole! Saw Jeremy on Do it yourself hunter take a buck with one and had to try it out. I liked that they are made of a solid piece of steel, which makes them tough, and I bought a TOA sharpener, which means I can keep on using the same broadhead for numerous deer.
1st sit with TOA 125 solid I had to try it out on the doe pictured. I led her a little too much and passed thru both shoulders. Arrow was stuck in a root so hard I had to work it out. She didn't go 50 with a fantastic blood trail! Cleaned up the arrow and ran the head thru the sharpener and it's in my quiver ready to go again!
Hits the mark and makes a huge hole.
Sharp out of the package. Just a little tuning and flying like my field points.