Broadheads & Points

An arrow’s point defines its function. An arrow can be fitted with a variety of points designed for specific tasks, from target practice to big game hunting. The same dozen arrows, when properly matched to your bow, can be tipped with practice points before hunting season and later tipped with big game hunting broadheads that shoot similarly to the practice points.

You have many choices when it comes to finding the right field point or broadhead for your needs. We carry a wide selection of styles, shapes, and weights and there’s a reason: archers develop unique preferences and choices.  If it’s your first time, use this basic guide to help select the right tip for your arrow.

Todd Martin Stos Broadheads
The “triad” of arrow lethality is: (1) shot placement, (2) broadhead sharpness, and (3) penetration. Without adequate penetration, even a properly placed arrow with a sharp broadhead can be inadequate. Penetration is then a function of many factors: arrow momentum, shaft thickness, surface friction, trueness of flight, sharpness and the mechanical advantage of the broadhead.