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    I think a few of the guys here shoot them. Just wondering what is your overall opinion on them? I'm currently shooting Gold Tip Velocity 300s and have put some thought into going with the Carnivore .350 to shave a little arrow weight and pick up a little speed. Most of my shots on whitetail are going to be 30 and under so I'm not overly concerned with carrying a ton of energy down range. Think this would be a good change?
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    never heard of them you have a web site?
    MARTIN BENGAL
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    www.blackeaglearrows.com

    From the original Harvest Time owner - bout all I know about them.
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    I've been shooting BEA's for several months now and they are a great arrow.
    I have the Carnivore .400s that I've been using with my Alien X and Z.
    I shoot the Ultra Light Carnivore's out of my 50# Strother Rush and my wife also
    uses the UL Carnys with her 45# MOAB.
    No complaints at all with the arrows and the guys at BEA have been awesome to deal with.!

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    Awesome, thinking of going with the .350 spine. That will shave about 25-30 grains off my total arrow weight and let me pick up some speed. I know the weight of that arrow will be plenty for the shooting/hunting that I currently do as I had no problems last year with an arrow that weighed in at 340ish out of my '07 Cheetah ... so it clearly didn't have the steam behind it that the arrows would out of the Bengal.
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    I just recieved a dozen of the 27 size indoor shafts. I am very impressed, I feel they are at least as good as any of the top brands. The shafts I recieved were better than any all carbon indoor shafts I have shot.

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