Hunting arrows have come a long way just in the past few years and especially from the days of aluminum arrows that could easily bend, were big and made noise when you hit your bow rest accidentally during a shot.
Today’s arrows are lean, mean flying screamers. They have carbon fiber designs and are engineered for greater manufacturing tolerances. So you get better arrows that also fly better and, when combined with the proper bow and broadhead setup, deliver great lethality on deer and other game.
Learn the technology behind the trend toward today’s small-diameter shafts and discover how they can improve your shooting distances and lethal capabilities on whitetails this hunting season. This week’s Deer Talk Now guest is Gary Cornum of Easton Archery. Dan Schmidt hosts from a remote hunting camp.