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Ran across this article and thought this was strange.
Authorities said the arrows aren't the type used by hunters, I'm pretty sure they are. Of course it doesn't look like they have broad heads on them but they're still arrows typically used by hunters. http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-north ... rrows.html
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Kinda looks like practice tips
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they prob meant "field tips" were not typically used by hunters..
pretty sorry though
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