RE: Ten Point Titan Crossbow - Carbon vs. Aluminum Bolts
Awshucks knows alot about ten point arrows, at least more then me and most. But I remember him helping someone once with them and they talked the Ten point carbons are basically Gold Tip Laser II arrows but with a plastic rear insert and not aluminum. I cant remember if the plastic makes them lighter or heavier. They talked liked the gold tips are a good choice for Tens as most are. I like carbons cause they last alot longer then aluminum for me. I always bend aluminum from me pulling arrows during target practice, carbons always stay straight. Some guys worry about carbon shattering and injuring hands, and it does happen, but I always check them and have not had a problem yet to date and it is rare enough that there are other things to worry about IMO, nock on wood.I think penetration comes from total weight not material for the most part and all CB arrows arein the 430 range with tip and work just fine.I like carbon's and have great luck with them, but alot of guys have aluminum and are just ashappy. And yes, you will need tocheck your sightsthey can and willbe different and it only takes ten minuets. Keep us up to date on what you do.
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