Flying Arrow Archery: More Unique Broadheads for 2014



Flying Arrow Archery revolutionized the broadhead industry in 2013 with its unique arcuate blade design. The coring design of the Toxic broadhead has given bow hunters around the world the results they crave with its accuracy, wound channel and successful harvest rate. The Toxic comes standard with open-flex technology and a single beveled edge. This technology is accompanied by a bone crushing chisel tip that allows the broadhead to penetrate exceptionally well.

The unique and lethal Toxic Broadhead
The unique and lethal Toxic Broadhead

With the wonderful success and buzz created by the Toxic last year, Flying Arrow Archery is now offering a Toxic driven design that is aimed at the more traditional archers. The new Cyclone broadhead is a more conventional style head but with the Flying Arrow twist, making it a happy medium between the lethal Toxic and the classic three blade design.

The new Cyclone broadhead
The new Cyclone broadhead

For the ultimate in user convenience, the Toxic and Cyclone 100 grain blades are interchangeable. Both the Toxic and Cyclone are also available in Sassy Pink, Deep Six, Crossbow, and a 125 grain model.

And the new Turkey slaying Tom-Bomb broadhead
And the new Turkey slaying Tom-Bomb broadhead

The unique arcuate blade technology is also now available for the turkey hunter. The deadly Tom-Bomb is a new, lethal design that will cleanly and instantly decapitate any turkey with a simple shot to the base of the neck. For those turkey hunters looking for a faster kill there is no need to look any farther than the new Tom-Bomb. This turkey killing head weighs in at a deadly 125 grains with a huge 2 ½ inch cutting diameter.

You only get one shot, make it count.

For the best in modern broadhead design see your local archery pro shop, call us at 1.855.764.4394 or go to: Flying Arrow Archery  and visit us on:

6 Responses to "Flying Arrow Archery: More Unique Broadheads for 2014"

  1. Jack Herron   2014/01/28 at 7:28 am

    You have some awesome lookin’ blades there.

    • Mike   2014/01/29 at 4:01 am

      The Toxics suck for elk. No blood trail at all!!! First hand experience talking here!!!!

      • shane   2014/01/29 at 4:17 am

        Have to agree with mike. No good for elk. I had zero blood akso. Good show was lucky enough to find my elk still alive and put one more in him getn the job done this time. But”really lucky to find him as there was no blood and it was a good shot!!!!

        • Rich Walton   2014/01/29 at 9:40 am

          You both know there is a lot that goes into a killing shot. I know you both made perfect shots but regardless of the broadhead, perfect shots don’t always result in a blood trail, or recovery of the animal. The Toxic has been proven in the field, with elk and the results have been powerful with blood trail and recovery. I know this is not in your case but I have seen and heard of people who were 100% sure of a ‘perfect’ hit that upon further review either missed the animal completely, or had a bad hit.

  2. raymond lawrence   2014/01/28 at 6:53 pm

    were can i get the tom-bomb?

  3. catfish   2014/03/12 at 7:27 pm

    I need some Tom Bombs for deep six injection arrows.