SHOOTING AN UNDER-SPINE ARROW CAN/WILL SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE THE RISK OF INJURY TO THE SHOOTER AND YOUR EQUIPMENT
Shooting a weaker spine arrow to get a few feet per second is a great risk. The added speed and stress on the under-spinedcarbon arrow shaft will overtime significantly increase the risk to the shooter and those around them. We have gone through great lengths to ensure our Spine Chart is accurate. Our arrow spine chart matches our arrows abilities in regards to your specific draw weight and draw length. It is vitally important that arrow safety start with the proper arrow selection.INSPECT COMPLETE ARROW, FLEX and TWIST EACH SHAFT BEFORE EACH SHOT:
It is critical to carefully inspect each shaft, for any damage to the carbon, before each shot. If there are any irregularities in the carbon, it may cause bodily injury, and may also affect performance. Any hard surface may cause damage to the carbon, including lost points buried in targets.BE SURE TO INSPECT COMPLETE ARROW, FLEX and TWIST EACH SHAFT BEFORE EACH SHOT.
It is critical you Inspect the complete arrow, flex and twist each shaft before each shot. this BECOMES VERY CRITICAL IF YOU SHOOT GROUPS OR TOURNAMENT ARCHERY WHERE ARROWS AND NOCKS ARE GETTING BANGED UP AND BROKEN.
BE SURE TO USE EYE PROTECTION DURING THIS PROCESS -
It is critical to carefully inspect each shaft, for any damage to the carbon, before each shot. If there are any irregularities in the carbon, it may cause bodily injury, and may also affect performance. Any hard surface may cause damage to the carbon, including lost points buried in targets.
If you suspect an arrow has been damaged in any way, immediately discard that shaft. Do not shoot a damaged arrow or it can cause injury to you and those around you.
Grasp the arrow shaft at each end (the closer to the each end the better) and bend the shaft creating no more than a 1-2" arch. When bending the shaft listen for any cracking while monitoring for any cracks or nicks. Rotate the shaft slightly and repeat this process until you have completed this for the entire arrow. Twist the shaft and listen for any cracking while monitoring for any cracks or nicks.Review the whole shaft for any imperfections to especially include the nock itself. Everyone loves to shoot groups and the nock being intact and free from any cracks or damage is critical to Arrow Safety.
If you suspect an arrow has been damaged in any way immediately discard this shaft. Do not shoot a damaged arrow or it will cause injury to you and those around you.
Only use a arrow shaft cutter designed to cut carbon shafts. Carbon shaft saws are designed to cut at a specific RPM that will not damage the shaft. Using a shaft cutter not designed for carbon will destroy a carbon arrow shaft.
Never aim your bow toward any person, animal, or property as it can cause serious injury, damage, or death. Always be sure to be aware of your surroundings as arrows can deflect off a hard surface and cause unintended injury or death.
Always be aware of what resides behind your target. Never shoot an arrow without a safe shooting lane.
Never shoot your bow without getting your bow inspected, including getting your arrow shafts measured by an experienced professional. Failure to cut your arrow shafts to the proper length will result in overdraw which may cause severe injury or death. Always adjust your arrow rest to accommodate the diameter of your arrow shafts - not doing so may cause severe injury or death.
Zombie Slayers are not toys. These are real arrows and crossbow bolts intended only for real zombies, walkers, living dead, etc. Not for use on living humans.
This 30-50 lb ultra-lightweight shaft was designed to be shot from bows with a draw weight between 30-50 lb. Do not exceed 50 lb draw weight limit or it may damage the shaft and cause serious injury to you or others around you. Always inspect complete arrow, flex and twist shaft before each shot. Do not shoot damaged shafts.