Survival of the fittest means that you’ll last longer in the bush if you have the right capabilities. Well, if you just happen to be lacking in one area, then you can certainly make up for it by either having another beer to feel more capable or arming yourself with Colt S.P.E.A.R. Tactical Arrowheads. Just don’t combine the two, please! Be safe.
So, ahem, here’s the thing. You never really know when you’ll wind up in the middle of the wilderness or stuck at your in-laws without anything edible to eat. Hey, it could happen (especially that last situation we mentioned). That’s why you should carry these survival-inspired arrowheads in your backpack when you leave the man cave. ‘Cause you never know what might happen once you leave the safety of your lair.
The Colt S.P.E.A.R. set comes with a range of different sharp stainless steel arrowheads: Clovis, Sahara, Kirk, Frog Gig, and Medieval. All you do is adhere your tactical arrowhead of choice to the top of a stick you find in the forest, and you’re all set to hunt animals in survival mode. Like in this video:
You’ll up your chances of catching something (other than a virus) if you use the right arrowhead on your hunt. The double barbed arrowhead, for example, is great for fish, like tuna or salmon. Use the barbed arrowheads when you want the point to stay lodged in your target of attack, and switch to the unbarbed ones when you don’t want the point to remain in the prey’s body. Got it?
If you’re looking at the size of these arrowheads and debating catching a buffalo or another big animal, think again. These are little heads meant for smaller prey, like the fish we mentioned, rabbits, or frogs. And, if you look closely at the Colt S.P.E.A.R. set, you’ll see that in addition to using the arrowheads to catch your prey, you can also use trap, cut, and skin the animals with them.
Wondering when the apocalypse is going to happen? Yeah, us too. That’s why we’re putting the Colt S.P.E.A.R. set into the survival kit in our man cave now, right next to the hangover relief kit. Don’t judge. The weekend’s almost here.