$16.99

The DS4 sports 1-3/8-inch stainless spring steel swept barbs designed for the ultimate in holding power. The smaller (.07) diameterbarbs partially collapse on impact, but immediately expand as arrow velocity decreases; the result is incredible penetration, with the ultimate in holding power.

 

  • Hardened bullet tip resists deformation and increases penetration
  • Conical tip eliminates flat-surface planing
  • Four 1-3/8 swept barbs hold fish tight
  • Smaller diameter barbs improve penetration without sacrificing hold
  • Dual friction ring design

    The entire line of RPM bowfishing arrows features the All Point System (APS) and a true 5/16-inch skinny nock. The result is a collection of bowfishing equipment like none other. The APS incorporates a universal ferrule onto each shaft, thus allowing the shafts and points to be switched and swapped within seconds without the use of tools. Carp at 9:00 and alligator gar at 9:30? Not a problem, if you’re using RPM’s All Point System.

    Every point in the APS sports a hardened conical “bullet” tip. Bullet/conical tips eliminate the planing that sometimes occurs with traditional chisel style tips, and No Plane means Better Accuracy. Rocks? Not a problem for these tips. Each APS point features either a single or double (dual) friction ring designed to both secure the tip and body to the ferrule, as well as to prevent spin-offs when targeting larger fish.

Current Stock:
SKU:
1158
Weight:
2.00 LBS
Width:
1.00 (in)
Height:
36.00 (in)
Depth:
1.00 (in)
Shipping Cost:
Calculated at Checkout
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bent arrows

3 of the four arrows are warped.

My Go-To Tournament Point

The DS4 is the only point I trust when getting the fish in the boat really matters. This thing is nicknamed "The Claw" for a reason. Whether you're barely into the skin or you buried it deep, the Deep Stage 4 holds and won't let go. Removing the fish takes a little extra time, since you need to unscrew the entire point from the arrow shaft, but the big fish hunters will certainly appreciate the holding power. For you numbers shooters, go with the NOS.