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    im a gold tip pro hunter man my self,i get the 75-95.good arrow but spendy.

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    Lots of arrows companys out there with all sorts of prices from cheap to OMG! Buy what you can afford, and then tune your bow to shoot them.
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    Check out Harvest Time Archery.
    Awsome arrows and you can't beat the prices and quality.
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    Thanks for all the help guys. What is the general opinion of carbon express?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    Thanks for all the help guys. What is the general opinion of carbon express?
    never shot them.2 of my friends d,well they do when dicks is having a half off on them arrows sale.but they like them.i dont see how a guy can go wrong with a arrow that is the right spine and straightness they want.i know my next arrows will be the cheapest ones i can find.

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    Cool Arrows

    I would look at Victory arrows, the V3 350 are a graet arrow thats not over priced. Wt 8.8g per' and a spine of 350. Carbon express also has the new Munity thats weight a little more @ 9.2g per', spine is 323. Both @ or under $75 per dozen.

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    I use Carbon Express maxima 350's.I couldn't be happier with them.With 100 gr tips my arrow weight is 374 gr.Still gives me decent speed and works well with my Bengal.Do a little careful research(I'm not a fan of weight-forward arrows), but generally the lighter the arrow and the closer the tolerances(straightness and spine)the more expensive they are.Straightness tends to be exagerated.Most people will likely never notice a difference in groups between shooting arrows with a .003" and a .0001" tolerance,or even .006" and .003".That's just 2 cents from me,for whatever it's worth.I'm sure there's a lot of the other guys on here(with more experience)that will give you advise.Good luck.

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    Currently shooting Gold Tip Velocity Hunters, picked them up for $63 a dozen on evil-bay. Considering shooting something different at the end of the season. Have really liked these arrows, but they are a touch on the light side and I think I would be a little happier with a slightly heavier arrow - 1-1.5 gpi more should be plenty I think.

    Going to do a little poking around but some of the CE arrows are on my mind, was shooting Mutinys before these, might go back to those or a higher grade arrow and might look into some of the Easton arrows if I get away from Gold Tip.
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    The kind that kill animals! LOL!
    Sorry I couldn't resist.





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    Well, in your opinion which ones kill animals the best? Lol!
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