The innovation of the Tipping Point for making this category of arrow points is in creating a system that guarantees the correct fixing of the point on the shaft. The unique taper of the hole makes it possible for the tip to fit the shaft for the first millimetres and subsequently to be screwed without problems, thus avoiding the possibility that the point is not aligned with the shaft.
The shafts must first be correctly prepared with the conical end using a Taper Tool, which creates the right inclination for insertion into the points.
The Field shape of the point, which is usually particularly aggressive, has been revisited, giving the final part a softer line. This makes for a more linear profile and the impact with the targets less violent.
The tips are made of steel and subsequently treated on the surface with a burnishing process to give the typical burnished colour and protect them from oxidation.