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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    Well, in your opinion which ones kill animals the best? Lol!
    The ones that find the boiler room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by droppixel View Post
    The ones that find the boiler room.
    Yep those are the ones.



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    Default haha.

    Lmao! I get jokes.
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    Looking like gold tips or victory arrows seem to be the most used arrows.





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    Really, a $10 arrow can do everything a $100 arrow can (that'd better be one sweet arrow for $100) if the shooter is accurate with both. If you place them in the right spot, they will get the job done, just like any broadhead argument out there. Are there certain perks to different arrows, of course.

    The arrows I am shooting right now at $64 a dozen are awesome, I think I just want to shoot something a little heavier so I can turn my poundage up a little bit more and/or to help with noise reduction and penetration with more KE/Momentum than my lighter arrows. At the same time, I wouldn't have any problems continuing to shoot these arrows with what I have seen from them so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by droppixel View Post

    The arrows I am shooting right now at $64 a dozen are awesome
    I was internet window shopping last night and $64 bucks for a dozen is a great price. What kind are they?
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    You can buy beman bowhunters for 54 bucks a dozen fleched! (Locally in iowa anyway) ive shot them for awhile and i like them, fly almost as good as my gt prohunters. Im hunting with beman speeds, at 342 grains i dont have penitration issues with fixed heads.
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    for 50 dollers a doz is not a good deal i will garrrentie you that they will brake right away ive already tryed them just get the easton axis carbon n-fused and they will last you forever and they fly the best

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    I shot Beman ICS Hunters for several years, and they are a good, DURABLE, affordable arrow. I've killed 3 bucks with the exact same arrow, so they do hold up well. I switched over to Victory NAP's last year, and I love them. Pretty pricey, but they out penetrate anything else I have ever used, and are very durable. Just find something in your price range that's the correct spine, and start shooting it. Straightness isn't much if any of a factor in a carbon hunting arrow. A .006 tolerance is fine. If they aren't fletched yet, you can actually cut a little off of both ends to get the right arrow length for your set-up, and it'll probably turn out to be a .003 straightness afterall. Most of the run-out on an arrow is in the very ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    I was internet window shopping last night and $64 bucks for a dozen is a great price. What kind are they?
    Gold Tip Velocity Hunters - fletched and free shipping.
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