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Broadhead Vs Field tip

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Broadhead Vs Field tip arrows

A common misconception amongst non bow hunters is that the arrow has a thin pointy tip, also known as a "field tip". These are used for target shooting and NOTHING else regardless of what you might have seen or read in the news or on TV.

A field tip is from a hunting point of view useless, it only inflicts pain but does not really kill any animals. The broad heads used for hunting on the other hand uses 2-4 razor sharp blades that slices artery's and vain's like a surgeons scalpel, which in turn renders a massive hemmorhage and the blood loss kills the animal within minutes after impact.

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