derekkschultz: Not trying to nock the product u like, I want people reading to know they may not be durable as people think. I enjoy your videos. Keep posting and happy safe hunting
derekkschultz: Yes they did kill well. They damage if all the blades cut the whole way through of coarse. They were 14$. I have tried the rage 2 blade since and I have better blood trails and are good for multiple uses. I am a firm believer in shooting what u have faith in.
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!
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.
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 .
TheFieldArcher: In this video, you can actually see the head go through the woodchuck and hit the hard dirt and not one blade broke... and that arrow was 309 FPS!!! I have had a lot of pass throughs without blade damage... not saying they can't break, any blade can break, you know of a blade that will never break? Almost every deer I killed in my videos were killed with this head, even with the crossbow, now your talking KE!!!!
derekkschultz: My question is how can u claim these broadheads are durable? I have fired 5 of them through animals in the past 2 weeks and not a single one had all three blades while exiting the animal. To say these are weak would be an understatement . They are barley even one time use. You haven't experienced this ?
andrewman416: Make that 2 packs
andrewman416: I'm getting a pack of these
TheFieldArcher: With the collar is 100 gr and without is 85 gr, use the washer with both. Good luck this season!
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
cole ryder: epic video man..... just convinced to get some new broadheads haha :)
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!
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.
Ethan M: Chubracabra at 0:59
NTycingProductions: I shoot 4 blade muzzy with my compound bow and love them, but I would like to try these on my crossbow. Does anyone have a link so I can get them up here in Canada?
mrfurball: At 0:58 you shot one of them Texan chupa cabras .
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 you!
TheFieldArcher: 70 LBS and 29.5" draw.
Gary Orr: how many pounds do u draw and what is your draw length?
cope man: oh ok thank you i seen the ss and was like dang thats nice then i look over and see the 100 with the little razer at the point.and 2 bucks cheaper and couldnt pass them up.also i love ur vids youre the reason im getting into bow hunting.and one more question how high should i hunt in my treestand?
TheFieldArcher: Never tried them.
cope man: what about the torrid 100 ?
Petr Jelen: Fuuuuu
1994naser: good video,can you make a review on Ulmer Edge broadhead
TheFieldArcher: Thanks, yes.
Marion Robinson IV: Wow.. Great shooting, are you using these on small game too?
TheFieldArcher: Thanks, I feel just as sorry as you do for a cow when you are eating a tasty steak or burger! = )
Paul Lahaie: Goddamn!! Don't you feel sorry for those creatures!? Wicked shooting though. :)
Rob Majoor: Nice bloodflow on that deer looked like the heart really copped it, I shot my first feral camel in west nsw Aussie with a torrid , never shot mechanic broady before , 40 m shot clean through , blood flow could be measured in litres, big animal, he went 30 m dropped heavy, the damage was huge 1/3 log his heart cut off , let Kline the rest, evil invention !!!! You beut
ibmoody18: lookin forward to tryin out my Torrid SS's this fall. bought some last fall but didnt have any deer come in range
BrandonBlaze904: You better of eaten the animal after you killed it man.
TheFieldArcher: Great to hear, thanks! Congrats on your quick kills!
Mike Black: Saw this video six months ago. (You can see my comment)
Anyway, I got the broadheads and dropped two deer last fall. The first one didn't go 30 yards, the second maybe 50.
Thank you field archer!
michki22: I haven't ever hunted anything but this looks much exiting and rewarding than using a rifle
jive12345: dam dats some sick penetration son
TheFieldArcher: About 20 years ago, today I use my recurve for bowfishing.
Luke Konen: do you ever use traditional gear or only compounds and crossbows?
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?
Hiram Abiff: Awsome video. Got real heavy into archery hunting this pass season. Slung a few but no kills yet. I was wondering if you have tried the Carbon Express Torrid 100s? These are what I use. If you have, have you had any issues with accuracy? Wondering if the cut on contact lead blade might throw off the flight path much if any. Great videos and good hunting to you.
Tomasz Wieczorek: s
TheFieldArcher: The bow is an Obsession Lethal Force and you can get the arrows at any archery store or online.
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.
kevindflowers234: where do u get the replacement rubber bands from? walmart or somewhere? great vid as usual man... look forward to more.
Randy Burkhalter: That seems to be how the scope works on 380 too.I am going to look into getting something with a lighted reticle.
TheFieldArcher: I have the scope that came with it... the scope skips the 30 yd dot, goes 20, 40, 50 etc... I gotta go for a Hawke soon!
Randy Burkhalter: That answers my question.Thanks for response.What scope do you have on yours?I have the one that came with it on mine.I find it hard to see dots though.I use hoty turbohawk with a red dot.It makes shooting almost like instinctive.Really like it.Its a sightron with a pollington mount.
TheFieldArcher: I had a SZ380, I like to small game hunt with my x-bow too, the SZ380 was too much, the SZ350 is great! Over a year with my SZ350, I shoot it a lot and no problems with it.
Randy Burkhalter: Why did you go to stryker sz350 when you had the sz380 first?Did you have any issues with the limbs,string,or cables?I have with my sz380.
jack hudspeth: That is totally cruel you douche bag!
The Archery Review: Carbon Express Torrid SS Broadhead4.6
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