Re: Question for excalibur users.
Their bolt cutter broad heads are also 150 grains. On aluminum insert arrows, like the Firebolts, a heavier head helps to increase the front of center balance which helps to stabilize short crossbow arrows better. The Excal multi reticle scope will probably be tuned for the 150 head as well.
Many Excalibur shooters upgrade to other arrows that have brass inserts up front so they can choose from the variety of 100 grain broad heads out there for a total weight of around 410 grains.
You can certainly shoot a 100 grain broad head and field point for a total weight of 350 and may be happy with their accuracy.
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