To me it’s always been like a Magnus. No chisel tips or anything like that. Am I off base on my thinking. Cut means cutting not punching through.
To me it means the head doesn't have a separate tip; the blades are formed and sharpened to be the tip.
Pics above are perfect example.
QAD and G5 striker are two that come to mind that have replaceable blades and COC points. They are almost a hybrid between a chisel/trocar and a COC.QAD Exodus - COC?
I would call both of those a chisel point; not a COC...but that's just my opinion.QAD and G5 striker are two that come to mind that have replaceable blades and COC points. They are almost a hybrid between a chisel/trocar and a COC.
Everyone that shoots them seems to like them.
I was talking to someone in the industry and that subject came up. He said Fred started doing that and advocating that after an article came out that explained about spin testing your Broadheads. Supposedly, the old Bear Razorheads would not pass a spin test and Fred knew he was about to lose some money.Marty with graphics.....for the win! I shot and hunted with trad gear for over 30 years and pretty much everything in that realm of bowhunting was C-O-C. The main blade was a sharpened edge that tapered to a point. Fred Bear advocated rounding the tip of his famous Bear Razorheads with a bit of file work....from a "needle point" to more of a "chisel point" for better performance on bone. That is the origin of those terms as far as I know.....they go back to the 1970's or even earlier.