The Bow Mag takes “shooting” your bow to a whole new level!
I recently read an article posted on outdoorhub.com that started with the following sentence: “Rac-Em-Bac recently introduced the Bow Mag arrowhead, a cylinder that can hold a .38 or .357 round that fires on impact.” I had to re-read that sentence to make sure I was comprehending what was typed.
It turns out, Rac-Em-Bac created this easy-to-use cylinder to fit over most conventional bows, and you can get a six-pack for $39.99 from their website (click HERE). Rac-Em-Bac recommends using the Bow Mag for wild boars and other “nuisance” animals, but it, overall, offers more power for larger animals.
If you want to see a Bow Mag in action, take a look at the video below. [Viewer discretion is advised–graphic content]
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