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    Default Screw in Nockbuster style points Who would be interested

    I am thinking about offering these if there is enough demand to make it worth it. They will be cnc machined to fit your insert flush. Various weights will be available. Here is a sneak peek of them.
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    Im sure there is a market for them if the price isnt too high. CNC milling each one sounds expensive?
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    About $30 a dozen is the target price I was told.

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    Plug me in I'll be the only hick with this sort of pointy stickWhat are they made of Brass?????

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    Projected price will be $36.00 a dozen. They will be made of brass also.

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    Brass is relatively soft alloy? Wieght is another issue, brass is heavier then steel, considering there solid, they will be way heavy I would think?
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    Yes brass is softer but its not that soft. Weight isnt a problem as each insert is made to a specific arrow. For example my points for my Harvest Time HT3 arrows which are the same as Fatboys weigh 75 grainsand are 3/4" long.

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    What is the reason for the sharply angled point?

    How are they better than other points?

    They do look cooler than standard points.

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    Talking Here's what I think !

    I'm too cheap to spend that on field tips !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    What is the reason for the sharply angled point?

    How are they better than other points?

    They do look cooler than standard points.

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    Allen
    When you are at 3D shoots and hit the back of another arrow it will generally kick your arrow way out and cause you a much lower score. The nock buster type points will not kick out like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    When you are at 3D shoots and hit the back of another arrow it will generally kick your arrow way out and cause you a much lower score. The nock buster type points will not kick out like that.
    Not only will I Pi$$ everyone else off when I smash their arrows but I'll also look cool doing it???Now there's a thought

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    LOL......price of playing the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    Not only will I Pi$$ everyone else off when I smash their arrows but I'll also look cool doing it???Now there's a thought
    There ya go thats another reason to consider them lol.

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    Some more pics.
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    Im thinking I will be needing some of those!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwhunter View Post
    Some more pics.
    Where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    Where?
    Now thats not nice!!!

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    Just saying. Where are they? No pics on my end Something funky going on with my computer. Can't see any of the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    Just saying. Where are they? No pics on my end Something funky going on with my computer. Can't see any of the pics
    Yer i had that problem 2 days ago myself ,but I was logged on at a mates place

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    Yeah but, I am logged in at the house from the computer I always use. Went to youtube to watch some of the world cup videos and when I go full screen, it goes black. Can hear audio but, no video

    Just checked and can not view any photos on here................

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