With a properly tuned bow, the ethics archery shooting system takes all the guesswork out of your arrow’s setup. By matching the spinning insert with our matched static insert, there are no changes to your tip weight between target and hunting. Your broadheads now can be used for their intended purpose (hunting). This will save you money on replacement blades and damaged broadheads. No resighting means you can use your field points for targets and your broadheads for hunting, resulting in achieving the same point of impact.
We currently offer two weights in our inserts. We have a 35grn for those who want to keep their arrows lighter for faster speeds. Or we have a 75grn insert for those who want to add forward weight to their arrows for increased penetration.
Whatever setup you choose, you will get a better flying and penetrating arrow for quicker cleaner kills.
Makes any Broadhead fly like a Fieldpoint!
Better arrow flight equals better penetration. There are too many aspects of good arrow flight to go over here in detail, but, we will list a few such as arrow paradox, shaft spine, fletching (helical-offset), broadhead design, archers form, bow setup, etc.). A “conventional/standard insert” follows the arrow shafts path, which is set, due to friction from the hide, muscle, bone, and vital tissue on the arrow shaft.
Arrow Flight/Penetration with Spinning Insert
The spinning insert allows the broadhead to take the easiest path through the animal due to the free rotation of the broadhead, independent from the arrow shaft. The broadhead is free to deflect off bone instead of trying to cut through it.
Our insert allows the arrow to continue its rotational force once the broadhead makes contact with the animal. With a “conventional/standard insert” once contact is made with the animal the force of the arrow is used up. The “spinning insert” allows a longer force delivery since there is not a sudden stop to the arrows rotation.
WARNING: Extreme Penetration due to spinning insert. Know what’s behind your target as complete PASS-THROUGH is likely!