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Good place to buy screw in BH adaptors??

Messages posted to thread:
Birdy 14-Sep-18
3R Shooter 14-Sep-18
raghorn 14-Sep-18
deadhead4 14-Sep-18
RJH1 14-Sep-18
olddogrib 14-Sep-18
deadhead4 14-Sep-18
Linecutter 14-Sep-18
grizz 14-Sep-18
Jon Stewart 14-Sep-18
Linecutter 15-Sep-18
From: Birdy
Date: 14-Sep-18

Hey guys I am needing to stock up on some screw in broadheads adapters. I use them all from the short 25 grain aluminums all the way to the 125 grain steels depending on what head I am using and what weight I need.

Where have you found is the most cost effective place to get them?

From: 3R Shooter Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 14-Sep-18
3R Shooter is a Sponsor - Website

We sell them by the 6-pack all the way up to a 1,000 count.


From: raghorn
Date: 14-Sep-18

Search engines will help you do that research.

From: deadhead4 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Sep-18

If you want some short aluminum send me your address.

From: RJH1
Date: 14-Sep-18

3 rivers or for a more mom and pop store the nocking point. Both great places

From: olddogrib
Date: 14-Sep-18

Get them on the monthly swap thread here to avoid getting burnt by the shipping. There's probably lots of folks that used glue-on broadheads with them at one time that have every aluminum, steel, diameter and weight ever made...and would part with them if you have something they need.

From: deadhead4 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Sep-18

Mine are free if you want them.

From: Linecutter
Date: 14-Sep-18

3Rivers is the only place that has the aluminum adapters. I looked multiple places when looking for a buddy of mine 2 weeks ago. They are the ONLY place that has them. DANNY

From: grizz
Date: 14-Sep-18

Lost Nation carries them .

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 14-Sep-18

Lost Nation and the Footed Shaft have them in their catalogs.

From: Linecutter
Date: 15-Sep-18

grizz and Jon Stewart thanks, I past that info on to my friend. DANNY

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