Mills Fleet Farm Stores will have Flying Arrow Archery products for this archery season

Belgrade, MT (July 1, 2015) – FLYING ARROW ARCHERY, LLC today announced that its products will be found on the shelves in all Mills Fleet Farm stores as of August 1st.  Look for special endcap displays with everything from Practice points, crossbow heads to the industry changing Toxic Broadheads.

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ABOUT MILLS FLEET FARM – Mills Fleet Farm, the Upper Midwest’s Total Outdoors Headquarters, has been a family owned full service supplier for life, work, home and recreation since 1955. Now in its third generation of family ownership, the company remains committed to its founding values: honesty, integrity, hard work, service and loyalty to its customers. Mills Fleet Farm is based out of Brainerd, Minnesota and Appleton, Wisconsin, with 35 retail locations in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and Iowa and online at fleetfarm.com

Flying Arrow Archery revolutionized the broadhead industry with its unique arcuate blade design. The coring design of the Toxic broadhead has given bow hunters around the world the results they crave with its accuracy, wound channel and successful harvest rate. The Toxic comes standard with open-flex technology and a single beveled edge. This technology is accompanied by a bone crushing chisel tip that allows the broadhead to penetrate exceptionally well.

With the wonderful success and buzz created by the Toxic, Flying Arrow Archery is now offering a Toxic driven design that is aimed at the more traditional archers. The new Cyclone broadhead is a more conventional style head but with the Flying Arrow twist, making it a happy medium between the lethal Toxic and the classic three blade design.   Both broadhead designs are available in 100 gr, 125 gr., Crossbow, Deep Six, and Vertical bow options.

See more about Flying Arrow Archery at www.flyingarrowarcheryusa.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FlyingArrowArchery , Twitter- @FlyingArrowUSA, or on Instagram – FlyingArrowArchery

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