Satellite™ Field Points

   

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75 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
5/16"

75 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
21/64"

90 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
5/16"

100 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
9/32"

100 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
5/16"

100 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
11/32"

100 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
21/64"

125 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
5/16"

125 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
11/32"

125 Grains

Quantity:
12 Pack

Shaft Diameter:
21/64"
The old standard for practicing and sighting in your archery combination. Satellite™ Field points are available in a wide selection to match broadhead weights and arrow shaft diameters. Dozen.

NOTE: 5/16 dia is the most common size point used on carbon arrows.

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome arrows Used these a lot I've blow through foam block hit tree sunk arrow three inches unscrewed tip arrows still good to go no cracks or chips shoot really nice very accurate and durable no complaint here February 28, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great from Grandson Purchased for grandson's first properly fitting compound bow and for a Lefty! He is practicing. 3D targets will always be his game. December 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by FP Was easy to use, good buy, like the number that came per package October 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by sorry product Fred Bear would roll over in his grave . threads on field points were burred and would not tighten without help from pliers . I returned this item. October 14, 2013
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Field points screw in to the end of your arrow. Check them after every practice shot. They will loosen. They should always be firmly in place. They are not for hunting.
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the screw in the arrow
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field points screw into the insert in your arrows. very easy to use
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Field points screw onto the arrow shaft.
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Field points do not come with the arrows, they are attached at the end of the arrow.
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I' m using a compound bow with 49lb draw weight, just target shooting what combination arrow and point should i be looking for
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Check with your local Archery Shop. The 'grain' will also to depend on the weight of the arrow shaft. And, your fletching.
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First thing first, when selecting arrows you usually get what you pay for and lets face it, Look at the cost per arrow rather than the cost per dozen. If you want a very good arrow go with the carbon express blue streak maxima. If you wanna spend an extra 10 dollars get their blue streak selects. 450 arrow size would be appropriate. Then follow that up with 75 or 85 grain tips. Using 100 grain tips will cause you to lose a lot of speed and make your shots look like you are lobbing the arrows at the target from 30 yards out. I believe the 5/16 is the proper size diameter for that arrow as well. I personally prefer the saunders tips. Hope this helped and good luck!
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Target shooting is practice shooting. You should select the grain of the practice points for the size of the game you would be seeking if you were actually hunting.
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You will receive one pack of 12 field points. No arrows.
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You get 12. Have a great day!
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1 dozen or more
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