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    I own a 2007 Martin wildcat/jaguar. It has a 60# draw set on it. I want to use carbon arrows but what kind do you guys recommend? What weight? How much should I expect to spend? These arrows will be used for hunting. Any help would be great, thanks guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    I own a 2007 Martin wildcat/jaguar. It has a 60# draw set on it. I want to use carbon arrows but what kind do you guys recommend? What weight? How much should I expect to spend? These arrows will be used for hunting. Any help would be great, thanks guys.
    I would strongly reccomend easton axis carbin n-fused arrows and you would want 400's and if you go to a pro shop not a cabelas or bass pro or dicks an actual pro shop they will have the good quality arrows and usually all arrows are around 60 for a half dozen and arount 120 to 150 for a dozen but there worth the money and make sure you get the tips for the arrows so you will gave the best shooting expereance

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    Thanks for the advice.
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    I use gold tip 5575 pretty good arrows.

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    Can't go wrong with Beman's.

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    id still say the ones i said are the best ive shot pritty much every arrow on the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    I use gold tip 5575 pretty good arrows.
    Agreed!



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    I'm using harvest Time Archery arrows. HT-2 harvester arrows. 400's,.01 spine for my 60 DW. great shooting arrows without breaking the bank. roughly 80-90 bucks for a dozen with nocks and inserts included.


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    If you are curious about prices, check huntersfriend.com they have many types of carbon arrows and their prices seem reasonable too. I ordered my sight from them and it was here pretty quick.
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    easton axis carbon n-fused 400 3 in vanes best arrows

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