Bowhunting Arrows Recalled

About 11,300 <"">Beman Bone Collector Bowhunting Arrows have been recalled, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) just announced. The CPSC is advising consumers to stop using the recalled arrows immediately and notes that it is illegal to resell or to attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The Beman Bone Collector Bowhunting Arrows, which were manufactured by Beman, of Salt Lake City, Utah, were manufactured in the United States. The recalled arrows can break when launched and hit unintended targets, posing a puncture hazard to the user and bystanders. To date, Beman has received an incident report involving two arrows. No injuries have been reported.

This recall involves Beman Bone Collector Arrow sizes 340 and 400 with lot numbers 107545100, 107747900, and 107545200. “Beman,” “Bone Collector,” “340,” or “400,” and the lot number are printed on the arrows. The arrows are black with green designs and are made of carbon composite material. The arrows were sold without tips.

The recalled 300 Beman Bone Collector Bowhunting Arrows were sold at sporting goods stores nationwide between August 2010 and September 2010 for about $70 per half dozen.

The CPSC is advising consumers to immediately stop using the recalled arrows and contact Beman to arrange the return of the recalled arrows in exchange for free replacement arrows.

Beman can be reached, toll-free, at (888) 380-6234 between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, or at the firm’s website at

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