Bludgeon tips are screw-in points crafted from tough, rubbery plastic that deliver high-shocking power. Resilient head prevents shaft breakage. Won't snake under grass or stick in stumps. Per 4. Sizes:
They shoot like field points out to 30 yards. Beyond that, they drop a lot more than field points. I have used them for practice and they are nice. You can shoot a tree in the woods, and your arrow will bounce off, without damage. I have only killed a ground squarel with it. It was a large forest ground squarel sitting on a rock. The blunt tip punched threw his shoulder creating a very large entery and exit hole. I had every intention of using them on grouse, but did not get the opportunity. I wander if they would also punch threw a grouse? After loosing all of these tips (by shooting at grouse beyond 30 yards), I bought a cheaper pack of rubber blunt tips that slip over the end of the arrow. They shot well, but when I shot a stump, the arrow punched threw the rubber blunt tip. I think this is a better tip then the slip over tip, but I suspect there are better options (like the adder points).