A heavy point increases stresses that take place in the shaft whenever quickly accelerated through the other end, that may lead to “porpoising” or fishtailing of this arrow shaft whilst in trip. The shaft can even shatter in severe cases.
Fables: Weapons and Warfare
- Myth # 7: the main reason we so numerous projectile points is that there clearly was plenty of warfare between tribes in prehistory. Continue reading “The higher velocity regarding the nock whenever with the inertia of a tip of greater thickness compared to the shaft as well as on its reverse end, tends to spin the distal end for the arrow forward.”