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Cajun Sting-A-Ree Tournament Bowfishing Point
Cajun Bowfishing
Average Rating: 3.8 star rating (4 Reviews)
List Price: $9.99
Our Price: $7.46
$2.53 (25%)
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Product Description:
The original reversible point, which was patented in 1963. Instant fish removal w/o touching the fish. Uses the Jackhammer replaceable tip. Penetrates deeply and grabs tight. Model ABF4515.
 
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1.0 out of 5 stars  One Star
By martin schaeferr on May 31, 2015

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Five Stars
By Jonathan on February 20, 2015
These are great points. I have them on all of my arrows

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Not dissapointed. Good price, fast / reasonable shipping and item recieved as described.
By kirk on May 24, 2014
Not dissapointed. Good price, fast / reasonable shipping and item recieved as described. The only thing I am annoyed with is Amazon, where My first sentance clearly summarizes that I am happy with my purchase, yet forces me to write a novel about each item I purchase. Amazon, please change your requirements for comments and place a smaller limit on the amout of words to enter into the comments section for reviews. This is annoying.

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Different tip, that I fell in love with.
By Isaac Moliassa on December 30, 2013
I have been using the generic run of the mill bowfishing tip for quite some time now. I had received this tip as a gift. Installation was simple enough. When it came time to use the tip in the field (or stream) there were a couple of things to take into account. 1. The tip is obviously heavier so you may have to adjust your shot. 2. The distance from the point to the barbs is quite a bit longer. You need to make sure you get a full draw to punch this full tip through the fish or you may lose the fish because the barbs are not yet catching. 3. After shooting the fish and bringing it to the boat, instead of having to reach down and loosing the tip to reverse the barbs you simply twist the shaft and done.
Cons: Heavier, have to make sure you have a full draw to penetrate enough for the barbs to work right, have to ensure both tip and barbs are tight every couple of shots.
Plus: Small entrance and exit wound (for those of us who eat what we shoot), Easy installation, Simple to remove from fish, will not cost you an arm and leg to replace.

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