Evolusion - Tomahawk Half-Out .204 - 55 grain
This 55 grain custom Half-Out is standard issue with all Evolusion Arrows® Tomahawk shafts and arrows.
It adds durability and superior FOC to the arrow - outperforming aluminium half-outs and inserts that other manufacturers offer as standard issue and at a higher price.
- Precision CNC milled stainless steel.
- 5/16" diameter face for maximum contact with any broadhead seat.
- Use with any 5/16" diameter field points.
- Adds 12 mm (.4725") to the finished length of the shaft.
Sold in 12-packs.
Two seat diameters are offered to fit each spine perfectly:
Size 1 (1 groove) - 250 and 300 spine.
Size 2 (2 groove) - 350 and 400 spine.
Install with any reputable 24 hr set epoxy adhesive. We prefer AAE Epoxy for all insert installation.
The Tomahawk Half-Out will fit other .204 ID shafts like the Victory RIP and the Gold Tip Kinetic Chaos.
HALF-OUT INSTALLATION TIPS
Install Half-outs with any reputable 24 hr set epoxy adhesive.
We prefer AAE Epoxy for all insert, half-out and outsert installation.
If a Loctite adhesive is used, it MUST be an impact resistant formula.
Beware! Cyanoacrylate adhesives set fast - you have limited time to move the half-out into place when installing in the carbon shaft. DRY TEST FIT PRIOR!
Don't skimp on the prep! Ensure both the half-out AND the carbon shaft have be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol.
Don't use methylated spirits, mineral turpentine, brake cleaner, rubbing alcohol or Shellite.
Avoid soaking the arrow shaft in the isopropyl for an extended period of time - a small amount of isopropyl on a cotton tip is all that is required to clean the internal surface of the shaft.
Use a dry cotton tip to remove any alcohol that has not evaporated from the inside of the shaft.
A clean cotton rag and a little isopropyl will sufficiently clean the post of the insert too.
Clean both shaft and half-out to remove any traces of factory residue, and you won't go wrong.
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