AMS Bowfishing

AMS Bowfishing Chaos Fiberglass Pink Arrow

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AMS Bowfishing Chaos Fiberglass Pink Arrow


This fully-assembled, ready-to-shoot, fiberglass bowfishing arrow is the best that you'll find. It's ready-to-shoot with the great penetrating AMS Chaos® FX point as well as the AMS EverGlide® Safety Slide® system installed. Just tie your line to the slide and go bowfishing. The barbs release with a few turns of the tip.

Each and every AMS branded arrow is inspected for straightness. Our shafts are glossy smooth, extremely straight and ultra-durable. Points are pinned to the shaft for more security. Each arrow shaft is 5/16" diameter and 32" in length. An EverGlide® Safety Slide® is installed on every arrow.

Chaos® points are great for all shooters, including those that shoot at a lower draw weight. They have a super short body and two heavy-duty, rounded wire barbs that make a small entry hole and engage with minimal penetration. Barbs pivot to the side to hold the fish with a 1" x .875" holding area.

  • Chaos┬« FX is fully machined from high-grade stainless steel
    • AMS Cyclone┬« tip
      • Machined stainless steel
      • Revolutionary spiraled flutes force slight turn on impact and aid in self-tightening
      • Heat-treated for durability and strength
      • ┬╝"-28 thread
  • Barbs pivot to the side to hold the fish with a 1" x .875" holding area.
  • Turn tip to release fish
  • Standard ┬╝"-28 thread
  • Made in the USA
AMS believes safety is paramount. That's why we focus on safety in every product we manufacture. And, why we will never sell an arrow without an EverGlide® Safety Slide®, a device we invented, that changed the industry. This system has proven its ease and durability on millions of fish! If used properly, it ensures that your line will remain out in front of the arrow rest and away from the bowstring on the shot.

Just tie your line to the slide. Nock the arrow with the shock pad facing up while keeping the slide in front of your arrow rest. When the shot is taken, the arrow moves through the slide to the shock pad, taking the line with it. The line stays in front of the arrow rest at all times. This ensures that your line cannot come in contact or tangle with the bowstring, which can be the cause of arrow snapback!
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