Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more applies to economy shipping only to US and Canadian addresses on all internet or phone merchandise orders. (Canadian orders will be charged a $3.50 brokerage fee, duty and tax.) Excludes gift cards, orders shipped outside of the US and Canada, expedited or additional shipping and hazardous, special fees. Shipping charges on previous orders will not be reimbursed.
Who says you have to shoot at big game with your bow? Carbon Express® Shocker Small Game Points let hunters test their skill and aim on smaller meat bearers or nuisance animals. The Small Game Point features spring arms that snag on grass, brush, or ground on impact, often popping up vertically for easy arrow location, reducing arrow loss. Ideal for stump shooting, birds, and small game.
A point for smaller animals
Spring arms designed to snag on grass or brush for easy arrow location
Eastman Outfitters™ Shocker Small Game Point
Terrible small game heads
bought these because i had heard good things about them but was very disappointed with them. Shot a grouse from 3 YARDS and hot it directly in the back/neck area and it tore feathers off and the bird still took off. I had to give it a shot with my shotgun to get it after looking for half an hour. Dont waste your money I just use field heads and they do much better.
January 15, 2012
Works like it is supposed to do. I was able to easily retrieve my arrow in medium brush coverage after my shot missed a bird.
September 21, 2011
they are ok.
got a pack, shot a few rabbits and squrriels with them. they killed them just fine, but if your going for birds be careful because the arms bend some but they still stop your arrow and keep them from digging in the ground and losing them.
August 14, 2010
a every hunters needed tool
My main hunt is deer but this year have falling into the arrow affliction. NOTHING IS SAFE!!! I got these shockers for all my small hunt. I have great success with them. I find them better then main muzzy cause if you miss they bounce and stay were you can find them instead of letting the ground or tree eat them.
July 1, 2010
We will not share your email address or the recipient's email
address. We make no use of the email address or information contained in
these greetings except to complete the service as you have requested.