Rac-Em-Bac Introduces Bullet-Tipped Arrow

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posted on February 25, 2013
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The Bow Mag, Rac-Em-Bac's recently introduced cylinder, can hold a .38 or .357 round that fires upon impact. All you have to do is secure the round into the Bow-Mag Arrowhead cylinder, turn until the casing threads lock into place and then attach to your arrow shaft or crossbow bolt. The rounds will not fire until they hit the target, delivering an impact with extra stopping force for big-game hunting. Rac-Em-Bac also recommends using the Bow Mag for wild boars and other nuisance animals.

To see how the Bow Mag works or for more information on Rac-Em-Bac's products, visit RacEmBac.com.

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