OK, I just checked them out at Easton's website. You have to be kidding me. You aren't really buying into the hype are you? From what I can see they are an all carbon (A/C) arrow. That's what A/C means. I didn't see mention of a choice between A/C and ACC. Small diameter similar to the Axis? Sure they might buck the wind because of the small diameter, but so do other small diameter arows. And what's the big deal about their new fangled insert that's stronger than anything else? Sorry chaps, but I can't count on one hand the amount of inserts that have failed me in the last 40 years. And just how is such insert going to focus and center the energy any better than any other insert? I thought that was what spin checking arrows was all about; keep things in the center. OK, so it gives 32% more penetration---32% more than what? I guess that means I'll have 10" of arrow in the ground after the passthrough instead of 7".
Bring it into focus. If you want small diamter and quality there is already a choice of ACC and ACC pro Hunters. In an A/C arrow there is already the Axis.
It's marketing IMO. Just like CE does with the Aramids and Forward weight technology and dual spine. I'd also like to see the pricetag on a dozen of these and the Deep 6 broadheads. I can't wait to see the reviews on these things.
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