Duke Bradford: Have you shot moose or elk with these broadheads?
Rick F: I use the torrid ss on deer with great success. I use the torrid 100's on
turkey and coyote. The results has been very good. In two years I have only
broken one blade, I shot over the back of a coyote in the brush, my arrow
buried into a spruce tree. When I extracted the broadhead one blade had
broken off. I have been very satisfied with the accuracy of the broadhead
and the clear advantage to a great blood trail.
Duke Bradford: Have you shot moose or elk with these broadheads?
Bill Smith: Does it matter what diameter Field Point I use in preparation for using
Carbon Express 100 grain Torrid SS broadheads as long as they are the
correct weight? I've seen Field Points for practicing in 3 or 4 different
Alvin Bows: Are these the only broad head you use to hunt
Jasony Suncity: where are you from and you have deers???
Broxty: Well I found my next broadhead!
Thanks for the review man!
lanunselatable: I shoot this broadheads from my 60 lbs bow. Not sure if it's my luck or
it's the broadhead, but i've been using it repeatedly without any blade
lost. Killed some beast with it. several fowls, Several hogs, one mousedeer
and one cow (took me 2 arrows and an hour before it finally laid down and
we slit it's throat) . lost one, along with the arrow when i shot uphill.
Since it's so cheap, it's no great lost.
Ethan M: Chubracabra at 0:59
derekkschultz: I'm wondering if there are different designs of these models out there.
With the blade screws being so thin and weak it almost seems like we arnt
talking about the same ones. Mine had all three blades break off 2nd hit on
a soft broadhead target as well.
Archeryinbowsinfun: Hey TheFieldArcher in youtubers i shoot both compound in crossbow in use
Carbon Express brodheads in arrows with both the torrid ss in is a good
broadhead i good fixed blade be CE is the Quad pro a total cutting surface
of 2" spin tested in ACCURACY guest like a field tip 100gr a good head at a
goo price you can pick them up at walmart for about 15$ in ill tell you 15$
The Bow Assassin: Watched this video and your other videos of you shooting this, and they
convinced me and my buddy who both shot rage to shoot these! Thumbs up to
Nerea Nogales: I'm an archer but i dont kill animals, still what bow do you use and where
can i get the arrows I wanna give it a try.
Chriz BKing: nice shot!
Gary Orr: how many pounds do u draw and what is your draw length?
TheFieldArcher: With the collar is 100 gr and without is 85 gr, use the washer with both.
Good luck this season!
derekkschultz: I agree . Every shot I made was a good clean and fast kill. But every broad
head broke every time, and never hit any bones other than passing by ribs.
2 of them only came out with one blade on them . Trust me I'm not saying
there are indestructible ones out there. I was just disappointed when I see
only one blade cut its way out of the deer. That was 4 blades in two deer
that I had to pray not slice my wrist open while gutting them. That's the
unsettling part to me .
Tomasz Wieczorek: s siema
madmike3181: good call.
Matt: Do they open ever time?
emilio matteo cofone: hello ..... okay? I want to compliment your videos are really fantastic!
could you please advise me? I'm undecided between buying in torrid ss or
f-15 Expandable always the cx ... help me? thank you very much!
NJ Homestead: Saw this review, and then saw em at Walmart for under $13. Only question,
what grain to use? Is there a big difference?
ironcurtainofcali: What in the hell did you shoot 58 seconds in?!
Well Informed: Very wel;l put together. i like the direction your going with your channel
countrymankdx200: is the big collar 100 grain and no collar is 85 and also what do you do
with the tiny metal washer or is that how you make it 85? please help just
bought these broad heads today after watching the vids. and great vids man
mrfurball: At 0:58 you shot one of them Texan chupa cabras .
bevon17: holy crap this is bad ass I need to get a bow can anyone lead me to a good
site to learn what is what?
Kevin Simmons: I have been using these broadheads for years now with zero problems. A few
years ago I went to a broadhead archery shoot where each target was paper
with a sand pile behind as a backstop. I shot the same broadhead into more
than 20 sand piles before one of the blades finally broke off. Two years
ago I hit a nice buck high in the spine and despite my best efforts I
couldn't get the broadhead out. I will continue to use these heads until
they (if ever) fail me.
TheFieldArcher: I shoot them out of my SZ350(Stryker crossbow), they fly great, kill
fast!!! Also used them with my old SZ380!
TheFieldArcher: I use Victory HV V3 350's.
TheFieldArcher: About 20 years ago, today I use my recurve for bowfishing.
TheFieldArcher: Fox with the mange.
TheWolfArcher: hi, im an hunter like you and i cant get arrows like yours cuz its only for
sale on the USA and im from portugal and i already checked some of the
websites and i couldn't find anything do you have any clue of where i can
find arrows like the up ones? my bow is an APA Sidewinder He2
nick pearson: Some excellent footage there, but what about when the mechanical hits solid
bone, the deer taken in the clip were on the small size lets be honest most
anythging will go through soft rib in deer, how about decent sized hogs or
elk, sorry but I simply do not think it ethical to use mechanics for BIG
game due to horror stories of non opening bent blades etc. Smaller game yes
but defo not bigger boned animals. In SA would you be allowed to use
mechanicals ?? I doubt it, good clip, thanks.
andrewman416: I'm getting a pack of these
Another One Down: nice review!my friend uses those broad heads I prefer rage but they look
like i might give em try!
TheFieldArcher: So, every deer you shot was a good clean and fast kill... how much money
were these heads? I have a lot of deer going down on camera using these
heads... they do the job very quickly... if you don't like them, try
another brand and hope you get a good clean fast kill!
cali bear: thank you very much
acefoxtrot: What type of fanny pack is that you are using at the beginning of the video?
ibmoody18: lookin forward to tryin out my Torrid SS's this fall. bought some last fall
but didnt have any deer come in range
TheFieldArcher: I recommend the "Adder" for small game, I will be making a video on the
Seraphim: Your videos are not just awesome, but instructional and inspiring. Hope you
don't mind but I wrote Carbon Express and told them that you & your videos
are probably their best promotional ad! They should be paying you :) This
newbie (just got a PSE compound bow on a trade for a rifle) is trying to
learn as much a possible and videos like yours, have been very inspiring.
James Green: What do they run as far as price? Right now I shoot Grim Reapers, but I
would definitely shoot the torrids!
madmike3181: In my opinion, these are just cheaply made Grim Reaper Razortips. why do
you shoot them over the GR's?
TheFieldArcher: Your welcome! Best of luck with them and good hunting!
James Green: Awesome videos by the way!
Larry J: I've recently had to switch to using a crossbow after rotater cuff tears.
Do you use the Torrid for your crossbow too?
TheFieldArcher: Why wouldn't I shoot them? Deer are dead in seconds and I have a lot of
them dropping on camera, really, no reason to change when these work great!
TheFieldArcher: Thanks, yes.
TheFieldArcher: Thanks, I feel just as sorry as you do for a cow when you are eating a
tasty steak or burger! = )
The Archery Review: Carbon Express Torrid SS Broadhead4.5
out of 5