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    Victory V1 350's
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM! Pass through on every animal so far!

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    shooting the Gold Tips and really like them

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    I just ordered my first bow and figured I would pick up some arrows to start practicing with as soon as it shows up. I asked the guy at Cabela's about the Cabela's Carbon Hunters that were on sale. He said they were good arrows and at $50 for a dozen I didn't figure it would be bad to start cheap while I get used to the bow. Then he said they were made by Easton and as good as many of the arrows double the price. I did notice the inserts that came in the box were in an Easton bag so there must be some truth to it. Anyone have any info on this? is there an Easton that is the same product or are these a cheap alternative that Easton makes but wouldn't put their name on?

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    Easton FMJ 400's cut to 26.5. Total arrow weight is 416 grains. I use 3.5 wrap, 2" AAE Maxhunter vanes, and 100 grain 2-blade Magnus Stinger Buzzcut.

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    shot 2 deer with axis fmj 300's last fall.....great arrow! i like to tinker and try different arrows, so this year i have some arrow dynamics nitro stinger orange.....they are the tapered shaft design. similar to the grizzly stiks by alaska bowhunting supply, but WAY cheaper. mine weigh 488 and they fly really well. very high foc... 21%, makes a huge difference in accuracy. now if i could only get out west to chase elk one of these years!!!!

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    Easton ST Epic 400

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    can't go wrong with the goldtip's.... they typically aren't too expensive and they're great arrows... that's most likely all i'm gonna shoot in the future

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    For Hunting = Carbon Express Mayhem Hunter 350's. Tough, Tough, Tough!
    For 3-D = Carbon Express CXL PRO 250's. Light, Fast and Large diameter for line cutting!
    For Carp = Custom made white fiberglass shafts glued inside an Aluminum 2213 shaft. Straight and heavy for deep shooting.
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    Mossy Oak, Carbon Express, Parker Bows, Copper John, Montana Decoys and VPA Broadheads.

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    Beman ICS Camo Hunters. No complaints.
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    In an answer to my own question and in case anyone else is wondering, the Cabela's carbon hunter arrows are made by Easton and appear to be the same as the Easton Carbon Storm. The reviews aren't the best but they seem to be ok practice arrows for the price which is what I was looking for. I plan on trying something better once I get good enough with my bow that I don't go through arrows as quickly.

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