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Firenock makes lighted nocks for a wide variety of arrow shafts as well as crossbow bolts.
INJURED: The bird had two crossbow bolts in its neck and had also been shot several times with an air weapon
A broken knife and a crossbow bolt were embedded in her severed head, which had been stuffed into a rucksack.
A crossbow and 10 crossbow bolts were among weapons recovered during a raid on an address in Navan.
The jail's head of security, Mick Blick, last night revealed the latest potentially deadly technique of the smugglers - firing crossbow bolts over the high walls to the prisoners with contraband, mobile phones and narcotics attached.
When the officers searched the house they found knives, crossbow bolts and a baseball bat in a bedroom.
Naturally, I was intrigued when a reader recently wrote in asking me to explain why carbon crossbow bolts are a better choice than aluminum, given what he called the "significant" cost difference.
Earlier, prosecutor Lee Bremridge said when police searched Morey-Weale they found two crossbow bolts in his pocket and another six in the car.
The RSPCA today condemned a series of attacks on wild geese after two birds were found with crossbow bolts fired into them.
Some of the drug packages, as well as mobile phones, have been fired into the prison grounds tied to crossbow bolts.
Sadistic sheep killers blasted crossbow bolts through the necks of two ewes.
However, those advantages appear to be more pertinent for long arrows, not short crossbow bolts ranging from 16-22 inches.
Nockturnal's new Universal Predator Lighted Crossbow Nocks are designed to work with all crossbow bolts.
Like compound arrows, carbon crossbow bolts have a spine, the consistency of which can vary around the diameter of the shaft.
shoulder, contoured to perfectly match the inserts used in standard crossbow bolts.