Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Bow String Depot, Dec 4, 2013.
Gold Tip XT Hunters. they are super tough.
Easton XX75 2219's. A very strong arrow. Much cheaper then the 340 fmj's I was shooting.
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I really like my Mayhem Hunters. I use G5 strikers though. Blows right through em.
Using Victory VAP V1's as my hunting arrows this year. Have had good luck with CE Blue Streaks and Gold Tip Hunters in the past too...
I agree....I tried all kinds before I settled on these...love them so much I bought two dozen...lol.
Beeman ics hunter 400s they shoot straight and are available at any bow shop 39.99 for a half dozen
I used to use Easton axis n fused, then Beman ics hunters, now I shoot cabelas stalker extremes. They fly as good as the bemans I used to use and the price is hard to beat. I can afford any arrow, I just have not noticed a difference significant enough to warrant paying more.
Carbon express maxima hunter 350. Used to shoot the cx terminator but they stopped making them and when I was switching arrows we took three unopened packs of the top arrows at time from cx, easton, and gold tip and rolled them across counter at local bow shop. Maximas were the only ones that all 12 rolled true, been shooting them for about 4 years.
Easton flatlines but thinking about switching to fmjs.....looking to go heavier for next year
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Easton Axis 400's. I'll shoot about anything... I'll play any golf ball too. :D
Now you shoot 340's :D
I use ICS Hunters 340/black. No complaints and they pass right thru :D
Easton Da torch 330, IMO best arrow on the market. Straightness and weight tolerations are less than any other arrow on the market. Super light which I love. I'll shoot these to 90 yards all day long
Easton powerflight 340. I'm really impressed with these arrows!
I ve shot easton axis, easton bloodline, and from a recurve, easton traditional only. The powerflight are by far the cheapest and the most rugged. No, their tolerances are not as perfect as a higher priced arrow, but this has not proved to be an issue at all in my use.
I like the heavier shaft compared to Easton's nano technology, which is too fragile for my liking. And the finish and graphic on them is nicer than the bloodline, which does look a little bit, er, budget...IMHO.
After a little googling, It looks like these are made along with the beman hunters...
Really exceeded expectations so far.
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Victory VAP's for me.
Currently using Easton Excel ST's 400. I plan on going back to CX and using a 340 soon though. Might look at the black eagle line too.
Beman ICS pro hunters.
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easton axis get my vote, i have been hunting with the same dozen since 2007. the victory vaps look pretty good to me too, just like the small diameter thick walled shafts.
Been shooting the CX mayhems. Honestly I can't tell much of a differance between those, gold tips and some 3d selects that I have. They all hit in the spot I'm aiming at. Well most of the time.
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