New Arrows??

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  1. FLboy77

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    Im going to be in the market for new arrows after this season.

    Im looking for accuracy, durability, and consistacy.

    Which arrow on the market should I buy for next season??
     
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    mobow Die Hard Bowhunter

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    IMHO, the Carbon Express Maxima Hunter is the finest all carbon arrow on the market. Their spine consistency is top shelf, and they are wicked accurate.

    Having said that, I'm shooting XX78 Super Slam aluminum this year. LOL.....so, take what you will from this reply.
     
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    The best ones are the ones the guy thats posting is using LOL!!!! J/K!
    I have had very good luck with Carbon Force X-Weave Pro's From PSE.Their spec's are great. And the price isnt to bad.
     
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    I love the durability of my FMJs....once I run low on this dozen, Ill order another. IF i run low that is. lol
     
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    MN/Kyle Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I had some problems with FMJs...

    Bought a dozen Beman MFXs, and haven't looked back!
     
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    OKbowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    You'll get a million responses to this lol

    I shoot Gold Tip. They are tough as nails.
     
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    i get whatever's on sale in my spec... i never buy top-o-the-line, midrange of left over from last season are fine by me... at the moment I'm shooting Carbon Express CX's, i've got no complaints, they'll pass thru anything I pull the trigger on...
     
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    Like a couple of guys said, there are gonna be so many opinions on here, but hey thats what your looking for. I personally like Vital Hunters.
     
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    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    I love my victory's,,,,just a thought for ya!!
     
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    I use CX Maxima hunters or CX Edge hunters.
     
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    What about eason a/c/c's any body use those??
     
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    I have a half dozen of their Beeman cousins, great shafts! very accurate. I'm kind of a varmint hunter though, like to sling arrows out of my stands so I'm shootin some cheaper arrows now, can't remember the name but they're plenty accurate! That way I don't Robin Hood so many of them! LOL! lp
     

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