Broad bolts

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Broad bolts (or Broad-tipped bolts) are bolts used for a crossbow. They provide the same ranged strength as adamant bolts (+100). Players can buy a set of 250 for 35 Slayer reward points from any Slayer master. Broad bolts, or their arrow equivalents, are required by players who intend to slay Turoth or Kurasks using ranged.

Broad bolts require 55 Slayer and 61 Ranged to equip. They can be fired only by a rune crossbow, dragon hunter crossbow, dragon crossbow, or Armadyl crossbow.

Many members use broad bolts for training and general ranging because they are as strong as adamant bolts but are significantly cheaper.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Fletching Fletching55 ?30
Slayer Unlocked Broader fletching at a Slayer master
Members
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Ticks2 (1.2s)
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Unfinished broad bolts 5.pngUnfinished broad bolts10570
Feather.pngFeather1030
Total Cost600
Broad bolts 5.pngBroad bolts10600
Profit0

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemSkillsXPMaterials
Amethyst broad bolts 5.pngAmethyst broad bolts × 10
  • 76 Fletching
  • 106 Fletching

Fletching[edit | edit source]

Players with 55 Fletching and who have unlocked the "Broader fletching" ability for 300 Slayer reward points can make broad bolts by adding feathers to unfinished broad bolts, which are purchased from any Slayer master for coins. Broad bolts are fletched 10 at a time and give 3 Fletching experience per bolt, or 30 experience per set of 10 bolts made.

Players with 76 Fletching can create amethyst broad bolts by adding amethyst bolt tips to ordinary broad bolts. This also requires having unlocked "Broader Fletching" through a Slayer master. Doing this will give 10.6 Fletching experience per bolt, or 106 experience per set of 10 bolts made.

Fletching broad bolts is a common method of training Fletching for Ironman players, as unfinished broad bolts can be purchased in bulk.