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Muzzy Stingray Fish Arrow with Stingray Point


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Premium grade strength for upper class prey from the archery experts at Muzzy®. The Stingray Fish arrow features a premium-grade solid fiberglass shaft that is pre-drilled for cable or string attachment. Pre-installed Stingray point features Muzzy's famed Trocar tip. Glue-on nock pre-installed.
Manufacturer model #: 1021

  • Strong premium grade solid fiberglass shaft Stingray arrow
  • Pre-drilled for cable or string attachment  
  • Pre-installed nock and Stingray point - deadly Trocar tip
Muzzy® Stingray Fish Arrow with Stingray Point 3 5 3 3
good but not epic I have only lost 2 carp to this arrow. one was today when I smoked a big carp and it wrapped my 200# test line around a log....while trying to loosen the line the carp twisted and loosened the tip which released the fish to be back in the water. other than that, it's been great. i pull out about 5 carp a day on average with it. it's a great arrow, i have no reason to try anything else. June 11, 2011
ok but not great this point does the job but not only does it come loose it takes more time to take a fish off this than the carp point the carp point is the best arrow September 27, 2010
top accuracy I have used this type arrow for the past bow fishing season. While it is very accurate I have been having a problem with the broadhead spinning on contact with the water and becoming loose. Therefore once i have struck a fish they are able to fight there way off of the arrow. This is good for those who are not wanting to soak the deck of their boat with blood, but not the most ethical way of bow fishing. Overall the preformance is good, but I would suggest trying other tips on the market. July 21, 2008
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