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22'' Carbon Arrows 6/Pack PSE 20'' Charger Xbolts W/ Nocks - 72/Pack 22'' Carbon Arrow 6/Pack
Southland Archery Supply 22'' Carbon Arrows 6/Pack
List Price: $39.99
Our Price: $24.99
Wizard 22'' Carbon Arrows 6/Pack
Our Price: $39.99
Sale Price: $24.99
Features:
- Material: Durable composite materials
- Length: 22"
- Suitable for All Crossbows
- Quality Carbon Shaft
Features:
- Length: 20 in
- Material: Carbon
- Weight: 325 Grains
- Nock: Flat-ended
Features:
- Material: Durable composite meterials
- Length: 22"
- Weight: 293 Grains w/o tip
- Quality Carbon Shaft
14" Aluminum Arrows/Bolts Shaft with Steel Point - 5/Pack 13" Red Aluminum Arrows/Bolts - 6/Pack 16" Red Aluminum Arrows/Bolts - 6/Pack
16" Red Aluminum Arrows/Bolts - 6/Pack
List Price: $19.99
Our Price: $16.99
Features:
- Length: 14 in
- Material: Aluminum
- Nock: Half Moon
Features:
- Length: 13'' without tip/13.75'' with tip
- Material: Aluminum
- 8mm Diameter
Features:
- Length: 16'' without tips/16.85''with tips
- Material: Aluminum
- 9mm Diameter
20" Red Aluminum Arrows/Bolts - 6/Pack Aluminum 14" Hunting Crossbow Arrows - 6/Pack Aluminum 16" Hunting Crossbow Arrows - 6/Pack
20" Red Aluminum Arrows/Bolts - 6/Pack
List Price: $19.99
Our Price: $16.99
Features:
- Length: 20'' without tips/21.85'' with tips
- Material: Aluminum
- 9mm Diameter
Features:
- Length: 14 in
- Material: Aluminum
- Weight: 293 Grains
- Nock: Half Moon
Features:
- Length: 16 in
- Material: Aluminum
- Weight: 454 Grains
- Nock: Half Moon
Aluminum 20" Hunting Crossbow Arrows - 6/Pack Plastic Arrows for 50/80 lbs Pistols - Pack of 12 Plastic Arrows for 50/80 lbs Pistols - Pack of 12
Features:
- Length: 20 in
- Material: Aluminum
- Weight: 506 Grains
- Nock: Half Moon
Features:
- Length: 6.5 in
- Material: Plastic
- Outside Diameter: 2.4 in
- Nock: Flat-ended
Features:
- Length: 6.5 in
- Material: Plastic
- Outside Diameter: 2.4 in
- Nock: Flat-ended
PSE Tac 15 Crossbow Bolts Pack of 6 PSE 20" Carbon Fiber Charger Bolts PSE 17" Aluminum Viper Crossbow Bolts 2216
Features:
- Length: 26.25 in
- Material: Carbon
- Weight: 325 Grains
- Nock: Half Moon
Features:
- Length: 20 in
- Material: Carbon Fiber
- Weight: 315 Grains
- Nock: Choice of flat and half moon nock
Features:
- Length: 17 in
- Material: Aluminum
- Weight: 268 Grains
- Nock: Half Moon
   
 

How to Choose the Right Arrows for your Crossbow

An arrow is a shaft tipped with either a field point or broadhead on one end and a fletching and a nock on the other. Each arrow has a threaded end where you can screw the broadhead or field point in place. The wrong combination of field point or broadhead and arrow will surely result in inaccurate shots.

Types of Crossbow Arrows

Choosing the right crossbow arrows for your crossbow can be a challenging yet exciting task as it can be a bit technical. Finding the right one depends on the draw weight, the power stroke and brand of crossbow you are using. Most crossbow companies include minimum arrow length & weight in the package you have chosen to use with the crossbow. Using an arrow shorter or lighter than recommended by your manufacturer can result in a broken crossbow or worse, a rogue arrow.

Types by materials:

  • Aluminum Arrows - Most common. Tend to bend or break over time
  • Carbon Arrows - More durable and lighter than aluminum arrows
  • Mixed with Aluminum and Carbon
  • PolyLactic Acid Arrows - Fully biodegradable

Nocks are also important when choosing arrows. Crossbows are different and need either flat, moon, fill moon or capture nocks. You must keep this in mind when buying.

Arrow Length and Weight

As mentioned earlier, choosing the right length and weight is important. Choosing the wrong one can be a huge safety issue. Crossbow arrows come in different lengths ranging from 16 inches to 22 inches. You will need to refer to your crossbows user manual or the manufacturer.

Arrow Vanes

Vanes or fletching are the wings of your arrow and keep arrows flying straight. Without fletching, an arrow will not fly as far and canít deviate from its indented target. It is important that you take utmost care when handling, installing or removing fletching. If these become bent or broken you can bet you will not hit your target no matter how accurate you are.

Assembling Arrows

When assembling, remember to use the right amount of pressure, especially when inserting broadheads or fletching. Applying too much force when removing or installing the fletching can damage the integrity of the crossbow arrow. It is recommended to align the blades of your broadhead to the fletching as much as possible for maximum performance.