Cheapest online store to buy arrows?

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  1. Dubbya

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    Just wondering where you guys buy your arrows online. My local dealers prices are ridiculous for arrows. I used to buy them from arrowbucket.com and that went under. 3rivers doesn't have axis arros... so, it's either ebay or something else. Any suggestions?:confused:
     
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    www.huntersfriend.com
    That's where I have been finding good prices.
     
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    Dubs - shoot me a PM with what you're looking for and I'll see what we can do for you. :tu:
     
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    I buy my arrows at Lancaster Archery because they carry Carbon Tech. When I decide to get the Easton Axis FMJ 340's then I would get them from eders.com. I am a member of their buyers club and the FMJ's would cost $88.84. They have real good prices on a lot of stuff if you are a member of their buyers club.
     
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    Thanks guys.

    JZ, PM sent :cool:
     
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    Not sure if your sorted or not yet but I get all my archery gear from
    www.thegreeneoutdoors.com just send Casey (the owner) an email info@greeneoutdoors.com and ask for his best price.
    If he can get a bow to me in 6 days every time - from Missouri to Central Australia then im sure he help you out!
     
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    Off of AT in the past, and I also have seen where guys give great deals on Ebay, selling crested, fletched, and custom arrow dips for the price of bare shafts.
     
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    Something to think about for those saving a few $$$$ buying from private guys. Make sure those arrows are wrapped. It's pretty common for shops to sell on ebay, AT.com, etc........the culled arrows from a couple dozen batches. If you buy from someone like BH.com, you know this isn't gonna happen. I speak from experience, I actually did this one time several years ago and got a bunch of arrows that had wobbles and the weight tolerance wasn't even close to normal, of course they weren't sealed when I got them either. I think shops figure the average guy won't know or realize this..........
     
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    You cannot beat Jerry Ratliff @ South Shore Archery when it comes to buying arrows/shafts.

    all shafts are spine tested on a RAM and high spine side marked/nock indexed
    All shafts come with choice of nock color
    all shafts come with free arrow wraps with a choice in colors and sizes
    all shafts are cut to length (if you want) AND nock & point ends squared with a G5 ASD

    And for the same prices you'll find at most online places like Keystone Country Store. I've seen a few places online that may be a few bucks cheaper a dozen, but they sure as hell don't offer all of the above extras.

    He carries Easton/Beman, Carbon Express, Goldtip, Victory, and has recently started carrying some Carbon Tech shafts.
     

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