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    Hunting arrows

    I am in the market for some new arrows. I have shot easton epics for years and now that I am ready for new arrows they are no longer made. Easton's have always treated me well but am opposed to changing. I hunt everything from elk to deer. What are some opinions and why. Thanks Ryan

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    Hunting arrows

    I have shot both the Easton axis, and carbon infused FMJ's. Really like both, I want to try some Victory arrows. I am hearing great things about them.

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    I've use Easton and Carbon Express. My favorite arrow for the past 7 years have been the FMJs. They shoot great and hit hard!

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    Thanks guys. I was thinking between axis and fmj, I had a individual really push the the carbon express maxima reds but never shot carbon express before. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryansven View Post
    Thanks guys. I was thinking between axis and fmj, I had a individual really push the the carbon express maxima reds but never shot carbon express before. Any thoughts?
    Theyre alright. Not very durable, decent for target but way too light for what I want in a hunting arrow. If I were you I'd go with FMJ's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryansven View Post
    I am in the market for some new arrows. I have shot easton epics for years and now that I am ready for new arrows they are no longer made. Easton's have always treated me well but am opposed to changing. I hunt everything from elk to deer. What are some opinions and why. Thanks Ryan
    From what I understand, due to European demand Easton will be reintroducing the Epic line. Until then the Easton Bloodline is a very close replacement. You may give them a try.

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    Easton axis is a great arrow. Extremely durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    From what I understand, due to European demand Easton will be reintroducing the Epic line. Until then the Easton Bloodline is a very close replacement. You may give them a try.

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    Hunting arrows

    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    From what I understand, due to European demand Easton will be reintroducing the Epic line. Until then the Easton Bloodline is a very close replacement. You may give them a try.

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    Guess you will find out
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Guess you will find out
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