Does this scenario sound familiar? You purchase a six-pack of crossbow arrows (a.k.a. crossbow bolts) to use for the upcoming hunting season. After you bring the arrows home, you shoot one arrow with a field point (maybe multiple times) to check that the bow is sighted in properly. After you have verified that the sights are set correctly, you then use the same, or perhaps an additional arrow, to test the flight with a broadhead. After you have shot the arrow with the broadhead and made any additional sight adjustments, you are satisfied with the performance and you mount the broadheads on the remaining unshot arrows and head to the field.