expected in stock date 1/11/2021 Air Venturi Air Bolt, 6 Pack .35 cal
Air Venturi Air Bolt, 6 Pack .35 cal0.35" Caliber bolt 6 Air Bolts per package Length: 23" with field point Weight: 375 grains including 100 grain field point For .35 caliber barrels over 21" Velocities up to 530 fps (in Recluse) Energy up to 234 FPE (in Recluse) Constructed from 100% Hi-Modulus Carbon Fiber
The Air Bolt by Air Venturi is a revolutionary, patent-pending ammunition system that transforms your .35 caliber PCP air rifle into a powerful archery tool!
Use the 375-grain carbon fiber Air Bolt in any .35 caliber precharged pneumatic rifle with a barrel of 21 inches or longer, and change the way you shoot your airgun forever! With incredible power and accuracy, these .35 caliber Air Bolts can dispatch even large game with velocities up to 530 fps and knockdown power exceeding 230-foot pounds of energy (in the .35 Recluse).
They are so accurate, you have to be careful not to "Robin Hood" your Air Bolts! During testing, we were able to achieve 1-inch groups at 30 yards.
Each arrow comes with a 100 grain Field Tip. The inserts on each bolt are threaded to accept standard broadheads, for the ultimate hunting experience.
Hunt with your .35 cal Air Bolts in these States:Alabama –Deer, Feral Swine, Coyote, Wild Boar, Rabbit, Game Birds Arizona – Deer, Javelina, Bighorn Sheep, Bear, Mountain Lion, Coyote North Carolina – Bobcat, Coyote, Rabbit, Feral Hogs, Deer South Carolina – Deer, Bear, Feral Hogs, Deer, Coyote Virginia – Deer, Turkey, Feral Swine, Coyote Connecticut – Coyote, Rabbit, Deer Florida – Alligators, Bobcat, Coyote, Rabbit, Feral Hogs, Deer, Turkey Idaho – Bobcat, Badger, Coyote, Porcupine Kentucky – Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Feral Hogs, Rabbit, Deer Montana – Badger, Coyote, Porcupine, Rabbit Nebraska –Badger, Bobcat, Coyote, Porcupine Oklahoma –Badger, Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Nutria Texas –Alligators*, Deer*, Antelope, Feral Hogs, Turkey Wisconsin –Bobcat, Rabbit, Raccoon
For a complete list of Airgun Hunting Laws and Regulations, view our Airgun Hunter’s Map.
Check with your state DNR or Dept. of Wildlife for game specific details, definitions and seasons.
Tech Tip for Hunters: While you can use fixed blade or mechanical broadheads on the Air Bolts, we recommend mechanical broadheads for better accuracy.