Easton T64 Tapered FMJ Arrow

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  1. Justin

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    An FMJ with a 6 mm end that accepts a HIT insert that tapers down to a 4 mm end to maximize penetration. Cost is pretty high though!
     
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    I think I found a replacement for my Bowfires. I’m liking these a lot
     
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    600 a dozen not bad ...
     
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    He misspoke during the interview - they're $300/dozen. Still not cheap but not ass-puckering expensive either.
     
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    I find funny that Easton has in pushed back for years against high foc arrow builds, hell for years they didnt even have a 250 spine shaft.
    Now they are marketing 300 a dozen high FOC shafts
     
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    My heart about skipped a beat when he said 299 for 6. Hey, look at the bright side, I’d probably pass on a lot more deer for fear of losing one of those things. Be a lot of mature deer in my neck of the woods in a few years
     
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    Yeah for sure I wouldn’t be firing off as many boredom arrows at squirrels as i currently do lol
     
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    video fail...whomp whomp.
    Guessing they're re-doing it so people don't have a stroke at the mis-spoken price?
     

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