One dozen, unused and unsharpened, Howard Hill broad heads, circa -somewhere around 1960, I believe. They vary in weight from 165 to 175 grains. They have the copper rivet which was discontinued years ago. I received an unopened box, holding a gross of them, from a friend in Arizona who found them in a cabin he bought,near Payson, AZ. It was part of supplies stocked by the original owner in case of a nuclear war with the Soviet Union during the Cold War. I have had them since 1980. I have three dozen left so I will send a dozen to each of the top three bidders.
[ May 17, 2017, 09:30 AM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]
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