Arrows??

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by SWitchBacKXT, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. SWitchBacKXT

    SWitchBacKXT Grizzled Veteran

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    I am looking to make an arrow switch. What arrow is everyone using and what are your likes an dislikes, if there is any.
     
  2. gltomp

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    Easton Full Metal Jacket's... 'nuff said!
     
  3. SWitchBacKXT

    SWitchBacKXT Grizzled Veteran

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    I was actually leaning towards FMJs.
     
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    frantzracing0 Weekend Warrior

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    Im giving the easton aftermaths a try this year. Used pile drivers for a few years prior
     
  5. TheHardWoods913

    TheHardWoods913 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Gold Tip Kinetic 300's...bad a** arrow with good weight to it and small diameter shaft!
     
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    I've had good luck with CX maxima's. I may try something else after this season - just to try.

    but right now I'm dialed in and am not going to switch.
     
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    Carbon Express Maxima Hunter 350. Solid durable arrow!
     
  8. SWitchBacKXT

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    Thanks for your input guys.
     
  9. spoonie08

    spoonie08 Weekend Warrior

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    Where you guys getting your arrows? Local bow shop closed up shop and don't really like any of the other ones around. I need half doz. of carbon express maxima reds this year and can only find em by the dozen off of Lancasters
     
  10. rknierim

    rknierim Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Talk to Jerry at south shore archery. Hes top notch! Great work, great price, and best customer service around

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    Wiscohunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Just picked up some carbon express mutiny arrows. There are better arrows out there for sure but a good arrow at a decent price none the less.
     
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    I like the Easton Micro's. Fmj;s and Injexions. I just bought a 1/2 dz of the A/C Injexions today. Pricey but should be a tough to beat shaft.
     
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    fairly partial to FMJ's
     
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    Govtrapper Weekend Warrior

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    I just started using the pile driver pass thru extremes. I like the small diameter plus the heavy half outsert


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  15. dorobuta

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    Archers friend is another place to look for arrows on line.
     
  16. Legion_Edge

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    Easton da torch
     
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    I'm shooting gold tip xt hunters this year. Have shot Easton flatlines and hexx in the past. Flatlines seemed like they were a little too weak with the super thin wall. I liked the hexx but I just got tired of spending so much money when I can buy arrows just as good for cheaper. Check out Lancaster archery supply. That's where we order our arrows from.
     
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    Can anybody give some feedback on cx maxima reds? I like what I've read.
     
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    I shoot beman ics hunters and the ics hunter patriots because they're decent arrows and they don't break the bank. And the decals on the patriot are kick ***
     
  20. Ram170

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    Hey almost anything your looking for you can usually get at a better price on ebay, sometimes the shipping is free, worth a look.
     

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