Best Crossbow Bolts For Deer Hunting in 2023
RAGE Crossbowx 2-Blade Broadhead 100gr 2in Cut 3pk 53000
Carbon Express Piledriver Crossbolt 20in. Moon 6pk 52140
- BONE-CRUSHING PENETRATION - Heavy grain weight creates maximum kinetic energy and greater knock-down power
- ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION - Ensures spine consistency for greater accuracy. The composite material is extremely durable at impact for exceptional reliability and repeat performance.
- REAL STRAIGHTNESS - Precision sorted for straightness to +/- 0.004", for repeat maximum consistency
- SPECIFICATIONS: Fletched with 4" vanes, 20" size, 442 grains, 0.348" Diameter, 6 per pack, plus 6 universal flat nocks
- CONFIDENCE IS KEY - Designed for the hunter who wants ultimate penetration, the PileDriver Crossbolt instills supreme confidence when tracking even the largest of prey.
Sinbadteck Hunting Broadheads, 12PCS 3 Blades Archery Broadheads 100 Grain Screw-in Arrow Heads Arrow Tips Compatible with Crossbow and Compound Bow (Gold)
- 【EASY INSTALL】- 100 grain broadheads with 3 extremely sharp fixed blades! Standard screw-in insert thread compatible with all Crossbow and Compound Bow.
- 【REMARKABLE PRECISION】- 2.8" stainless steel blades specially designed for field practice and field hunting game, exclusive hybrid tips are surgically precise construction.
- 【DURABLE & SHARP】- The hunting bow tips are manufactured using an anodized aluminium and the tip using a super hard stainless steel .The hunting bow tips arrow head is durable, sharp, fast and fitable for hunting and shooting game.
- 【NOTE】-12PCS Pack , The Archery Broadheads don't include the hunting shaft.
- 【Life-time Technic Service] Sinbadteck PROVIDED 45-day return & lifetime technical support. Please feel free to contact us for help.
Rotary Sharp Blades Arrowhead 150 Grain Archery Broadheads Hunting Arrow Tips for Crossbow Bolts and Compound Bow (12 Pack)
- Rotary razor blades archery broadheads
- Fixed 150 grain replaceable points
- The fly like field tips blood for hunting deer
- Lenght:2.3 inch,made of medium carbon steel,anti-rust and more hardness
- Compatible with recurve bow compound bow arrows and crossbow bolts
BARNETT Whitetail Hunter STR Crossbow, Mossy Oak Bottomland, Standard 4x32 Scope
- HIGH-PERFORMANCE Whitetail Hunter STR Compound Crossbow in Mossy oak Bottomland with complete hunting accessory package | Specs: 375 Feet Per Second, Weight of 6.6 Pounds, Axle to axle width of 18.125 inches, Dimensions: 34.875 X 20.125 inches
- LIGHTWEIGHT Fiberglass composite step thru riser with single bolt assembly and anti-dry fire TriggerTech trigger
- SAFETY FIRST| Soft Look floating bristle arrow retainer to keep from dry-firing| Finger Safety reminders| Package includes string and rail lube wax
- COMPATIBLE with Barnett 17455 Crank Cocking Device.118.6 Kinetic Energy (ft lbs)
- READY TO HUNT PACKAGE Includes 4x32 millimeters Multi-Reticle Scope, Two 22 inches Headhunter Arrows, Lightweight Quiver, Rope Cocking Device, & Lube Wax| Ships mostly assembled
Barnett Whitetail Hunter II Crossbow | Shoots 350 FPS | Includes 4x32 scope, rope cocking device, light weight quiver & two 20 inch Headhunter arrows
- 350 feet per second. Draw weight: 150 lbs Kinetic energy: 103 ft lbs. Realtree Extra Camo
- Overall weight 6.4 lbs | axle to axle 16.125" | dimensions 34.25"L x 18.25"W
- Made in the USA and ships mostly assembled; 12.5 Power Stroke (in)
- Trigger Tech Technology with 3lb zero-creep release. All stainless steel components. Nock sensor and adf eliminate dry fires
- Includes: 4x32 scope, rope cocking device, light weight quiver, two 20 inch Headhunter arrows, lube wax (we suggest you lube strings every 10 shots)
e5e10 12PCS 125 Grain 3 Blade Broadheads Hunting Arrow Heads Screw-in Arrow Tips Crossbow and Compound Bow with One Plastic Portable Broadheads Case
- 3 blade 125 grain designed for crossbow or compound bow
- The Three Blade broadhead is durable, sharp, fast and fitable for hunting and shooting.
- The shaft and nuts are manufactured using an anodized aluminium and the tip using a super hard stainless steel with 125grain
- Compatible with Recurve bow,Crossbow and Compound Bow bolts, and easy to install
- Package:12pcs tips in one bow
Muzzy Trocar HBX Hybrid 4 Blade Crossbow Broadhead, 100 Grain
- Hybrid crossbow broad head - two rear-deploying expandable blades are highly dependable and powerful enough to deliver massive entry wounds, larger diameter ferrule to match crossbow bolt for improved penetration and flight
- Combining a hard hitting Trocar tip with Proven Muzzy design and a wide cutting pair of expandable blades, The Trocar Hex Hybrid crossbow broad head helps you drop big game fast
- Aerodynamic - . 035" Fixed blades angled with 2 degree Offset induce spin and field point flight, 100 grain, 4-blade Hybrid Broad head - 3 pack
Spiral Blade Wrenched Broadheads 150 Grain Traditional Arrowheads for Archery Hunting Deer Arrows and Crossbow Bolts (6 Pack)
- Spiral razor sharp blades archery broadheads
- Fixed 150 grain replaceable points
- The fly like field tips blood for deer hunting
- Length 2.3 inch , made of medium carbon steel , anti rust and more hardness
- Compatible with recurve compound bow arrows and crossbow bolts
Mission Crossbow 19 Inch Bolts| Hunting Arrows/Bolts | SUB-1 XR Crossbow Arrow 3 PK | Archery 100% Carbon Shaft Arrow | Optimized for All Mission Crossbows | 250 Grain | Metal Nocks
- ★ 1. New Design Bolts: Designed for use with high performance hunting crossbows.
- ★ 2. The strongest, most accurate and effective bolt for Mission Crossbows.
- ★ 3. Gain speed without sacrificing accuracy.
- ★ 4. Shot-after-shot ACCURACY and premium CONSISTENCY from bolt to bolt.
- ★ 5. 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE : At CONQUEROR OUTDOORS we value our customers and stand behind our products 100% , which is why we offer a 100% money back guarantee if you are unsatisfied for whatever reason.
Hunting Experiences: My Worst Deer Hunting Experience
My worst deer hunting experience was my last.
The twin named John had 6 fairly young children and I knew him well, as he lived about a mile from me and I saw him often. On many occasions I would give him my game from a successful day, as he was laid-off recently and used to augment the grocery budget for his family with rabbits and squirrels. John was a prankster and a bit of a rebel, not to mention he usually had a few belts of home brew in him prior to an excursion into the woods.
On this particularly cold and rainy day during buck season, about 10 of us met early in the morning to discuss our collective hunting strategy. We decided to split up and "drive" deer toward each other, starting at a range of about 1 1/2 miles apart, split into two separate groups of five hunters. At that time the state we were hunting in had a requirement that every hunter had to display a certain number of square inches of fluorescent orange upon their clothing for safety. Before leaving I reminded John of that law after noticing he had no orange on at all - his clothing was totally camouflage with brown trim. He assured me he would put some on before entering the woods and our group departed.
As we began hunting the rain really began to come down heavier and the winds picked up considerably. To top all of this off I had a fairly good hangover from too much beer around the campfire the night before. About fifteen minutes into the hunt, 60 yards ahead of me in a ravine I heard movement followed by the sound or deer antlers rubbing a tree. The top of the ravine was lined with brush, but through it I saw what appeared to be a deer walking from left to right behind the bushes. I raised the deer rifle and took careful aim at the brownish deer, a split second before I squeezed the trigger I saw a flash of white in the cross hairs - it was John's face beneath a deerskin hat!
As I approached John he was holding a deer antler with his rifle tucked under one arm. He was still not wearing any orange on his clothing, and his nose had the warm glow of someone with a moderately high blood alcohol level. As I unleashed a tirade of profanities directed at him and his ignorance, I'm certain I scarred off every deer for 10 miles, and finally I just walked away from him and went back to my car and left for home. On the drive, I began to realize how close I had come to killing him, orphaning his six children, and being emotionally damaged for life.
That was 25 years ago and it was the last time I went hunting for anything. Although I miss being in the outdoors during hunting season and the camaraderie of being with friends, it is a small price to pay for the possible worst case scenario of being involved in a deadly hunting accident. The ironic thing is that to this day John is still an avid hunter - one who really does not realize how fortunate he truly is.