Originally Posted by pockets380
Nice bull! How did the Toxics work? They look like a pretty mean broadhead. I've been looking at them quite a bit. It hard to find any info on how they perform on elk. How was the penetration? How far was the shot and where did you hit him? Do they fly well? Sorry for all the questions
Just really interested in them!
Sorry for the late reply.
It is hunting season and I am going a 100 mph with my hair on fire!!!
Man I love this time of year.
The Toxics performs.
The shot was at 50 yards extreme quartering away. Very little shot window.
Let the arrow fly and hit him square in the right shoulder... Ugh!!! Bad shot on my part. Wind carried the arrow 5 inches right.
After a very long search we found him.
The bow, arrow and broadhead combo did it's job.
When the bull was butchered the arrow had penetrated through the shoulder. Hit a rib and went into the throat.
penetration was 8 inches or so.
Most of that through shoulder bone.
Also take into account that I was using Victory VAP arrows.
They have improved the amount of penetration dramatically.
This was one of my all time best hunts!!!