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They fit over the shaft without the need of a parallel compression/taper tool (see note below), so the downside is they will snag on the heavier duty plastic field faces. On the plus side, they are the most robust point I have used to date and point breakages have dropped significantly when using them. As they are broader, they also help limit penetration into targets which can be a problem if you shoot at close range with a fast bow.
Note: You may find that due to variation in the wooden shaft diameters that the points need some help fitting. I now nip the end of each shaft 360° around using the pipe grip section of a standard set of pliers. I find this helps key in the epoxy and get a more reliable fit.