Frequently Asked Question

Is there a risk of arrows being stuck in game?

In normal situations the arrow will penetrate the body of the game animal and is often found just beyond the point of exit. Exceptions occur when the arrow strikes major skeletal structures, like the spine. Danish statistics show complete penetration of the entire body on roe deer in near 90% of all cases. In those unusual cases when ahunting arrow does not pass through the animal the arrow typically works itself out.

It is worth noting that modern broadheads are designed without barbs of any sort.

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