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    Once you want to upgrade, I would recomend the gold tip xt hunters. I got mine from sportsmans for about $100 a dozen. So they aren't cheap, but they definately aren't as expensive as some of the others out there, and from what I can tell so far they work great and they are high quality.

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    Easton Axis 300's. They've been a very good arrow for me.
    Member: RMEF, MDF, NRA, DU, PF and Life Member NAHC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T43 View Post
    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?
    Those are made by Easton.

    They make them for Cab.

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    Cabelas Carbon Hunters

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    BEAMAN HUNTER ELITE

    Got some FMJ's I need to cut down and Fletch up.

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    Easton Full Metal Jacket 400's. I think they rock as a hunting arrow, and they're very accurate. Did I mention they were tough, too?

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    Easton axis 400

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    Beaman camo hunters 400

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    Gold Tip Hunter 5575. 100 grain Rage 2 blade

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    BEMAN Bone Collectors with Blazers, used to shoot the ICS hunters. Like them both.

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    Easton axis 400 with blazer wraps and blazer vanes fletched with the helix fletching jig. Top it off with the hell razor 100. Shoots exactly the same as a field point. Best combo I've shot. I don't shoot the wraps just because they look good, you can peal them off to refletch your arrow. That way your not scraping carbon off the arrow when your getting the glue off the shaft.

 

 

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