RedHead Toxik Compound Bow
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Reviewed by: Darrell Morse
Available at BassPro.com
I purchased this mid level priced bow because of the easy draw cam, very quiet to shoot, and no hand shock after firing it off. The machined aluminum riser fits the bow perfectly. Fit and finish on
all parts is great.
I purchased the 50-60 lb draw weight and was able to increase the actual draw 5 more lbs over my Mathews and gain greater arrow speed and flatter trajectory arrow flight.
The Toxik has great rewiews so far and I will be no different, this is a great Hunter’s bow! My son also shoots a Toxik 60-70 lb. For money they can’t be beat!
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