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Cabela's Copperhead

Cabela's Copperhead

Built with .030-inch thick, razor sharp 420 stainless steel replaceable blades, the Copperhead from Cabela's was designed to create a wicked wound channel.

The 100-grain Copperhead owns a 17-4 PH stainless steel ferrule, a molded trocar point for devastating impacts, and Monoflow technology with a black oxide finish for insane accuracy. Each Copperhead is rotationally tested to ensure true flight.


Contact: Cabelas, Dept. PB, 115 Cabela Dr., Sydney, NE 69160; (800) 237-4444.


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