Get the Most From Your Micro-Diameter Arrows
Technology On the Hunt: Part One
Bloodsport R.O.C. system helps micro-diameter arrows reach their full performance potential.
By Josh Lantz
Manufacturers of hunting gear are constantly releasing new products, often marketed with references to new technologies that will outperform everything else in their category. Sometimes these marketing claims are true. Other times, they fail to deliver on the hype.
As a series, Technology On the Hunt highlights unique new technologies that offer real benefits for hunters in the field.
Improved Performance and Durability for Micro-Diameter Arrows
Micro-diameter arrows are a growing favorite among bow hunters because they can deliver higher velocities, maximum down-range energy retention and better resistance to wind drift. Ultimately, this should add up to superior accuracy, enhanced penetration and pass-through performance.
Developed as a result of extensive micro-diameter arrow testing, Bloodsport Archery’s R.O.C. (Reliable Outsert Component) system eliminates the common failures associated with poorly engineered outserts that add stress to micro-diameter arrow walls and tips.
Consisting of a standard glue-in post and a threaded, reinforced outsert, the Bloodsport R.O.C. system incorporates a patented shock-absorbing design that transfers energy efficiently through the full length of the arrow shaft while maintaining accuracy. The result is greatly reduced deflection, which preserves energy for maximum impact shock and penetration.
The clever R.O.C. system allows hunters to harness the full benefits of their micro-diameter arrows while experiencing more predictable performance, maximum energy and less arrow damage – during practice and in the field.
The R.O.C. system is available in four sizes to work with most of today’s common micro-diameter arrow sizes. Learn more at BloodsportArchery.com.
Available in four sizes to pair with a full range of today’s micro-diameter arrows, the clever R.O.C. system allows hunters to harness the full potential of their arrows while experiencing more predictable performance, maximum energy and less arrow damage.
Wes White represents the collective — yet individual — voice of the Western Whitetail editorial staff.