I purchased the 125 grain, 1”, vented broadheads. They fly exactly like my field points. They were also extremely sharp right out of the package. I am very happy with these broadheads and can’t wait to hunt with them.
I bought these for my daughter and her first elk hunting trip. She wanted to se how sharp they were and cut her thumb open running it along the blade. Now if she can only drill an elk with it!
Wife and I used your TOTA 125gr vented during our recent hunting trip to South Africa. They were flawless. Had complete pass through on all of our animals with a 100% recovery rate of our kills. Even our PH was impressed by them....
Only thing i would recommend is a bigger cutting diameter for Big Game..
I had an early season antelope hunt and these 4 blade 125 gr just hammered. Down where he stood. Wish I could share blood trail info but when they don't move hard to do.
First off, I was mislead about these broad-heads being dull out of the package. That’s not true at all. They’re plenty sharp and can be used right of the box.
Second, I’ve never had a broad-head tune so easily. It’s usually very time consuming to get fixed broad-heads to fly with my field points out to 60 yards. These took about a half hour. That’s with the 125 grain V-series version. I’ll be buying the 100 grain version to tune my backup rig with. Which I’m looking forward to. I will recommend these to other hunters. I will be self filming a bunch this fall and plan giving a full review on them. Y’all have a customer for life.