Whitetip Broadhead Practice Points
These practice tips are blem broadheads that the point and edges have been blunted. To distinguish them from regular broadheads the ferule has been notched and the tip painted white. The notch has no effect in mounting with adaptors or on wood arrows. Practicing with broadheads builds skill and confidence and is a lot of fun. (Shooting these points into a foam target may damage the target). Single head.
It is possible, due to uncontrollable tolerance variations in material and manufacturing, that the weight of individual broadheads may vary by up to 10 grains from the indicated weight. Before packaging, the broadheads are all weighed and grouped within 5 grains of each other.