Shooting wooden and aluminum bolts with steel tips and broad heads.
A quarrel or bolt is the ammunition used in a crossbow. The name "quarrel" is derived from the French word carré, meaning square, referring to their typically square heads.Although their lengths vary, bolts are typically shorter than traditional arrows.
A quarrel is the tip of a crossbow arrow, or bolt. A total of 24 have been recovered from early James Fort contexts. Crossbows were favored for hunting because they were powerful, noiseless, used reusable ammunition, and unlike a longbow they weren’t custom-made for the shooter’s height and didn’t require the shooter to be standing, allowing for greater range.
As nouns the difference between crossbow and quarrel is that crossbow is a mechanised weapon, based on the bow and arrow, which fires bolts while quarrel is a verbal dispute or heated argument or quarrel can be a diamond-shaped piece of coloured glass forming part of a stained glass window. As a verb quarrel is to disagree.
Light crossbow bolts fly faster and are straighter, while heavier bolts have more energy, are quieter and wind-resistant. Light bolts weight around 350 grains, standard have 350-400 grain and heavy weighted have more than 400 grains. So this choice is up to your liking. Other Important Parts Of Your Crossbow Quarrel. The next thing is the nock.
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