Flying Arrow’s Practice Point flies just like the Toxic broadhead

 

Flying Arrow’s Practice Point flies just like the Toxic broadhead

By Burt Carey

Tired of destroying broadheads during practice sessions at the range? Flying Arrow Archery developed the Practice Point just for you.

practice-tip-420x325The 100-grain Practice Point is a single piece of steel ferrule wrapped with an injected polycarbonate that is designed to mimic Toxic broadheads. That means there are no adjustments that need to be made when switching from the shooting range to the hunting woods. The Practice Point flies just like a Toxic, and because they are the same weight, the feel, aim point and all other aspects of your bow shooting practice regimen will be identical to your bowhunting experience.

As hunters, we understand that it’s our responsibility to practice with our equipment so that we can harvest game as ethically as possible. And, because practicing has always meant ruining a perfectly good – and valuable — hunting broadhead, Flying Arrowfront-tip-90x67 Archery President Chris Rager took up the challenge to develop a practice head with just the right properties. The Practice Point is a rugged and durable practice head you will be able to use for multiple practice sessions.

Available for just $21.99, the Practice Point is available at bow shops throughout the U.S. or by visiting  Fly Arrow Archery Today. Check us out on Twitter @flyingarrowusa, and on Facebook, www.facebook.com/FlyingArrowArchery.

Warning: The Practice Point is for use on targets only, and is not intended for hunting any species of animal.

 

Original Source; Sportsmanslifestyle.com

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