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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-18-2019, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Replacement bolts for Parker

Looking for recommendations for bolts for my old Parker Terminator. Have been using the Red Hots with Rage 2 blades with great success. I am now down to a few left. Unable to find any parker bolts at a reasonable price.

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I bought some Rage bolts that came in a package deal - bolts, broad head, and field point. Seem to work great out of my Parker.
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I bought some Rage bolts that came in a package deal - bolts, broad head, and field point. Seem to work great out of my Parker.
I have been using Gold Tip Laser ll w/brass insert since day one with a 100 grain slick trick is weighs out at 402 grains,, Not that the warranty is valid anymore but I haven't any issues use these.. they shoot pretty good on my setup.. I had bought several dozen when I got my Terminator getting down to my last 1/2 dz. I may have to consider another bolt in the future..
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Victory will work as well
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My parker originally used moon nocks then they said to use capture nocks a few years ago. Never had issues with bolt coming off the string with the moon nocks. Might be able to reuse capture nocks on whatever bolts I get.

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My parker originally used moon nocks then they said to use capture nocks a few years ago. Never had issues with bolt coming off the string with the moon nocks. Might be able to reuse capture nocks on whatever bolts I get.

yes you can just remember to get a bolt with a inside diameter of .300
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Looking for recommendations for bolts for my old Parker Terminator. Have been using the Red Hots with Rage 2 blades with great success. I am now down to a few left. Unable to find any parker bolts at a reasonable price.
Contact Arrowhead Outdoors. He has a website and is or used to be the crossbow forum sponsor here. He is in Pa and will make you up a half dozen or full dozen arrows for your Parker that will probably cost you less than cheaper arrows from a box store. Moon nocks are perfectly fine in Parkers. The Capture nock was brought to the market in an attempt to reduce people indexing their arrows wrong and cutting their strings or splitting limbs.
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