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#7153644 - 12/07/12 05:12 AM Re: Arrow Advice [Re: Cruiser1]
BrentD Offline
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#7196129 - 12/17/12 04:34 PM Re: Arrow Advice [Re: BrentD]
xxclaro Offline
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Registered: 10/25/03
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Loc: Alberta,Canada
I've shot various Carbon Express,Easton,Harvest Time,PSE,Beman and probably a few others I forgot. Truth be told,I can't tell much difference in any of them. SOmetimes I broke a couple and thought maybe they were a bit weaker than others,and then I'd put a couple more through hell and they held up fine. I shoot gophers quite a bit,which is very hard on arrows,what with all the rocks in the pasture out here.

I'm not a target shooter,so having arrows at .001 straightness vs .003 isn't going to show up in my shooting. Nowdays when it's time for a new dozen arrows,I start looking for sales. The best deal is what I come home with,most times. I did see some Carbon Impacts for cheap yesterday,but they are made in China so I didn't buy them. Maybe they are ok, but I haven't read much about them.

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