STOCK "INFERNO IBO ILLEGAL STEEL FOOTED FOC KING SHAFTS"
Stock "Inferno IBO Illegal Shafts" are banned by most target archery sanctioning bodies do to their sub five grains per bow draw pounds with some arrow point configurations, unprecedented feet per second arrow speeds and/or target damage by the Proprietary Mammoth SR Stainless Steel Shaft Saver-Bone Breaker Shock Collar External Footings, TM. "Inferno IBO Illegal Shafts" come with all of the machined inserts and components loose in the package.
The video above is a sneak peek pass-through preview of the new "Inferno IBO Illegal FOC King Steel Footed Shafts" dressing out at around 350 grains total arrow weight with lighted nocks, wraps and 100 grain broadheads.
"Inferno IBO Illegal FOC King Steel Footed Shafts" can be used for antelope through elephant hunting and with 75 grain - 600 grain broadheads.
Note: "Inferno IBO Illegal" is the only arrow shaft model that we offer that is NOT fusion rod compatible.
Stock "Hot Shafts" are literally unglued "Cold Shafts" where you invest much less money than our handcrafted series "Cold Shafts" cost, but you need to epoxy in the included Shaft Saver-Bone Breaker Shock Collar External Footings and Machined 110 Grain Heat Treated SR Stainless Steel Inserts with our Cold Carbon 72.
This tasty mountain lion was harvested with a =MAMMOTH=STOCK=SERIES=> Hot FOC King Arrow Shaft at 26.75 inches long, tipped with a Bishop S7 Tool Steel 125 Grain #HOLYTRINITY Broadhead. This setup dresses out at 460 grains total arrow weight with 17.5% FOC when loaded up in the back with lighted nocks, Blazer Vanes and arrow wraps with the 125 grain broadheads at the business end of the shaft.
Provisional Patent Prototype Mammoth Arrow System Testing/Development - Heavyweight Arrow System Accuracy Beyond 150 Yards, arrow node effects testing and arrow system structural integrity and destruction video clips from Benton/Glass Mountain, CA and Rachel/Groom Lake, NV - Circa 2016. Playback on YouTube at 0.25 playback speed, if you want to observe arrow flight, as all these clips are sped up to not bore viewers too much. You can see them in the top right hand corner of the screen.