Crossbow arrow MAGNUM complete 14", 16", 20", 22"

XX75 Magnum is the perfect option people that demand hardhitting accuracy. Magnum is easy to tune and supplies plenty of downrange energy, effortless target pull, and quiet shooting for modern high-powered crossbows.

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Availability: In stock 43pcs!

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  • Product No: 8501

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14 pcs (16 pcs In stock)
16 pcs (10 pcs In stock)
20 pcs (17 pcs In stock)

Aluminium crossbow arrow MAGNUM complete

  • Diameter of the shaft approx. 8,85 mm
  • The stated price is for one piece complete arrow
  • Premium quality by Easton Archery

Available lengths:

  • 14"
  • 16"
  • 20"
  • 22"

If the target is made of suitable materials, the arrow is slowed down and stopped without damaging it. In that case the arrow will serve you well for a long time. Consider buying a suitable archery target. If the arrow hits wood, stone or other unsuitable materials, it gets usually damaged, which can't be claimed as a product flaw.

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