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    GoldTip Pro Hunters, Blazer Vanes and 100gr Slick Tricks for me.
    Last edited by schoff; 11-07-2011 at 07:47 PM.

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    Easton Axis 340's with 125 grain shuttle T's Blazer vanes.

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    Easton Axis 300. Duravanes

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    Gold Tips are the way to go. ultra strong and always straight as an arrow.
    Its the spirit of the wild.

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    Easton FMJ 400's with AAE Maxhunter vanes and 2-blade 100 grain Magnus Buzzcut.

    I'm thinking of trying the new Easton Injexion arrows. There kind of pricey $180 for carbon and $250 for A/C but I've heard there great arrows. Once my shop gets some in I'll have to check them out.

    http://www.eastonarchery.com/products/product/77
    Last edited by Maxhunter; 11-26-2011 at 07:28 PM.

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    Carbon Express Maxima 350's
    2012 Bowtech Insanity CPXL
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    GT Velocity 300's tipped with 125 Shuttle t's weighing 490 grains!!

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    I've used most on the market . but currently use victory H3 for my alpha burner . They're lighter than most of the same spine so the generate good speed for out west flat shooting . I use cx maxima hunters for my Alphamax 35 they are mid weight and provide good pass- thru shots out to 40 yds on white tails ( I shoot 70 lbs ) aluminum arrows are historically straighter or can be made straighter to .oo1. most carbons are straght to .oo3 which is more than adequate for hunting . you can get straighter carbons but you pay a premium for them and they are usually only in target spines.the main diff between carbon and alum is the weight but also in longevity you can refletch both and you can straighten alum but everytime you straighten one it loses some of its strength and will bend easier the next time .
    I pesonally prefer Carbon express arrows and it doesn't hurt that they are made right here in Michigan

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    Easton Axis N-Fused this past year. The previous years were Easton Axis and Easton FMJ. All in a 400 spine. I use a wrap and 2" AAE Max Hunter Vanes for this past year's arrows. Mostly because of color availability. Have had good luck with Blazers too.

    FH

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    Gold Tips have served me well for more than a decade! This year I hunted with the 7595 Prohunters and they were great. Last year I hunted with the Velocity's, they were surprisingly strong for a light weight arrow.

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    gold tips!!

 

 

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