I watch the video about the .35 cal air bolts being shot from multiple guns. It was mentioned that the barrel on the Bulldog was 21inches. It say that these are 23 inches will they give you enough room to add poison and broad head? if not do they make one that is long enough to do so?
Not at this time
David, I am not sure where you plan on using Poison on an arrow but it is NOT LEGAL in the US to use Poison on an arrow, I would read your laws before doing so! Just some info for you to think about, especially since your telling everyone you want to use it.
The question is Do They Make A longer Bolt????
It's an issue of fitting the broadhead into the shroud. I have yet to see one that will fit inside of the bulldog shroud without being deployed during installation
Do you deliver to Argentina? Or Is there any way to send it to Argentina?
This may be a dumb question but can they be used with a rifled barrel
Can the airbolt be fired effectively from the .35 cal bt65?
How to the 357 air bolts perform in the EVANIX Rainstorm II?
While they will shoot, the performance is not that great. The barrel on the RS is not long enough for good accuracy with the bolts.
Hi, any idea when the 25 cal version will be available?
Sadly, they will not be available
How about broad heads in the Recluse?
No problem, can use just about any mechanical or fixed blade broadhead that I have seen.
Will broadheads work in the Benjamin bulldog and is the ataman mr2type 1 that you tested have a chioked barrel i have the MR2 type 2 35 Cal which does have a choke Barrel basically the Broadhead question goes for both guns and will the arrows shoot in the MR2 type 2 35 Cal
For the bulldog, you'd need a broadhead that will fit inside of the shroud itself. So a very small OD mechanical, I have not seen one that would do it. On the ataman, if you found a broadhead with a long threaded "neck" that would extend it off the front of the arrow an inch or so, it should be ok. Or you can just load the bolt with a broadhead as far as it will go (to the end of the shroud) and shoot it. You're only giving up about an inch compared to shooting it with the field point, so accuracy and velocity shouldn't suffer too much if at all.
How about if you used some sort of ramrod to push the bolt all the way down the barrel of the texan?
You cannot insert it past the aluminum insert. It is made to stop on the barrel crown at that point.
How is the tip holder attached to shaft as it appears you could shorten the shaft for riffles with a shorter barrel and glue or fiberglass the tip holder onto the shorter shaft.
I believe they are either glued or epoxied on. Theoretically, you could shorten them and reattach the insert, but I can't speak to performance.
Does the broadhead wrench come with the bolts?
It does not. But you can find it here: Air Venturi Broadhead Wrench...
I have a custom airforce condor with a bigger valve & .35 cal barrel that is 24in would these work good with that setup?
Yes, they should work without issue in your gun.
What could I expect, performance wise, from the Evanix Rex?
The barrel on the Rex is on the short side, so accuracy is not going to be very good. I wouldn't recommend these for the Rex.
Can you still shoot the air bolts with a moderator installed on the barrel? Or must it be removed.
That depends on the moderator, but as long as it is a large enough exit diameter hole, then it should be ok.
Will the arrows be able to fly true through a moderator with baffles in it?
That depends on the diameter of the moderator. But if it fits without contacting the baffling during installation, then it will be fine.
Can you use these in an airforce texan .357?
According to the video NO!
No. They are not long enough to create enough back pressure to open the valve on the gun. The most velocity achieved out of a texan in testing was about 150 fps and the bolt didn't even make it to the 30 yard target.
Have both the Air bow & the 50 cal air bolt shooting from a Wing Shot 50 cal, but having trouble finding a target backstop the is capable of stopping the bolts before the fletching is buried in the backstop. Targets being used are the Block Black Crossbow Target & the Morrell Yellow Jacket Supreme. These target stops are costing me in damaged arrows Any help is appreciated. Herbie
Try this one, this is what I use: Big Shot Extreme 500 Series...
Are we going to see these in .45 cal?
Yes, no ETA yet though.
In the video you are pushing the bolt in past the field point. So how will you seat the bolt with a broad head on the bolt? I have the Benjamin bulldog that want to shoot the bolt in.
The Dead Ringer Just Nasty
Currently, I have yet to see a mechanical broadhead (not to say there isn't one out there) that will fit the inside diameter of most shrouds and that is the real issue. On the Bulldog, you'd give up a little bit of power and potentially some accuracy if you had a broadhead on the bolt and only inserted it to the end of the shroud. The ID of the end of the shroud is .45" or 11.5mm, so the broadhead would have to be smaller in diameter than that in order to work properly.
Where do you find the quiver for the arrows
Arrow Bow Quiver, Black... and there is another version coming soon. The mount is also coming shortly.