Where can I get practice cups?
Answer: The practice cup design we came out with this past year did not function as well as we expected it to! Our practice cup has been discontinued, and we are currently working on a new design. We have high expectations of having the new practice head available for the 2010 season! We appreciate your patience, and will have a solution soon!
How am I supposed to practice without a practice head?
Answer: In most situations, with a well-tuned bow, our broadheads will fly just like your field points. We recommend that until we have a new practice head available, you get your bow sighted in with your field points. Once you have your bow sighted with your field points, take one broadhead and take a few shots at various yardages into a broadhead target. This should be sufficient for you to feel confident that your broadhead's point of impact is the same as your field points! It is important to note, that after a mechanical broadhead has been shot into a target several times, there will be damage to the components of the broadhead and it will be necessary to replace some of these components in order to use that head for hunting purposes!
I didn't receive the red rubber compression rings in my new package of broadheads.
Answer: About a year ago we discontinued sending the red compression rings due to the many different arrow diameters on the market. We have since updated the instructions. The red compression rings are not necessary and the performance of the broadhead will not be effected by not using them. Make sure the broadhead is good and tight on your arrow and it will work perfectly for you!