As a leading manufacturer of archery equipment and design, G5 Outdoors has dramatically changed the way shooters train and practice with the introduction of the BMP field tip.
Many field tips and broadheads perform basically the same at 20 yards or less. However, at greater distances the seemingly insignificant differences in flight performance are exponentially magnified. Therefore, to practice and perform at greater distances, archers need a field tip that is a ballistic match to the broadhead they are shooting.
In years past, archers would practice with standard field tips, only to have to retune and re-sight their bows when they started shooting broadheads. With the development of the BMP, G5 has eliminated this step.
Ballistic Match Points (BMP) feature the exact weight distribution, size and arrow dynamics found in the corresponding broadhead, allowing shooters to train and practice with a field point that is a ballistic match to their broadheads. Available with the G5 Dead Meat and the popular Montec broadheads, the BMP eliminates the need to retune your bow when switching from field points to broadheads. Training and practicing with the BMP ensures archers will be hunt-ready all the time.
“Rather than attempting to make a broadhead that would fly like a field point, we created a field point that would match the flight characteristics of the broadhead,” said G5 Engineer Nate Grace. “Now when you have tuned your bow during practice, you can be confident in the performance of your broadhead and will not need to retune when switching from field point to broadhead.”
BMP Highlighted Features:
- Perfectly matched aerodynamics of the G5 Dead Meat or Montec broadheads
- 100 percent stainless-steel tough
- Similar wear to bag, 3D, or foam targets when compared to traditional field points
- Deadmeat Version available in: 100 gr, 125 gr, Deep Six configuration and Crossbow version
- Montec Version available in: 100 gr, 125 gr
- 1-piece construction
- MSRP: $17.95 (3 pack)
Check out Bowhunting World Editor-in-Chief Jace Bauserman in the video below as he uses the G5 BMP to test the flight on hunting arrows one at a time from 20 to 60 yards.