New Archery Products F.O.C. (Freakin Outrageous Cut) Mechanical Broadheads

   

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2 Blade

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170 Grain
  • $49.99

  • SKU: 1807105

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The New Archery Products® F.O.C.™ (Freakin Outrageous Cut) is designed even for use in the fastest crossbows. 3" cut in the open position (3-1/4" during hyper-cut mode), and a low-profile 11/16" width closed. FREE practice points included. 170 grain.

  • Designed for use in even the fastest crossbows
  • 3" cut in the open position
  • 3-1/4" during hyper-cut mode
  • Low-profile 11/16" width closed
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Best Crossbow Broadheads ever I am blown away with these broadheads. I will never buy anything else. They certainly do the job right October 21, 2013
best Iv used I shoot these broad heads from a 200 lb crossbow with 22 inch shaft that shoots 340 fps with 100 grains. These things cut a hole you can put your hand through. Every deer i have shot has died in less then 20 yds. That includes some decent size bucks. They do cause the bolt to drop quicker but with practice that doesn't matter. I have also noticed that it doesn't fully open on the way in but it makes up for it on the way out. Unlike the rage broad heads I have shot 4 deer with the same head and I'm still using it. They are tough. now i use all of my other broad heads as back ups or squirls. January 7, 2013
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these are broad heads only right, and will they work on aluminin shafts?
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you bet, they fit most bolts
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Yes these are only broad heads but I have never tried them on aluminum shaft but don't know why they wouldn't.
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