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    Wich of u guys r shooting Deer Crossing Arrows just wonderin how u like them? Ive been shootn Carbon Express Terminator light Hunter for years and they dont make them any more renamed them the mayhems and have shot them to. I have some gold tip ted nugent arrows 75/95 Ive been shootn lately but Ive been thinkin of tryin the DCA arrows they look easy on the pocket and been hearin good things.
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    I shoot their Target shafts.
    I have gotten alot of my friends shooting DCA shafts, one guy shoots the SD Hunters and the Target shafts. Another shoots the Hunters and other friends shoot the Targets.
    No prblems with any on them.
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    Haven't tried them yet as they didn't make a 600 spine, but now that I'm shooting a 500 out of recurve I might take another look. As you said, they are a lot easier on the wallet, although a dozen arrows would probably last me at least 5 years.
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    I been shooting DCAs for over a year, and so has my son. Can't say enough about them. Shoot the 300 spine at 28" and Blazer with a 4 " wrap .003. They are right at 400g, use them for both 3D and hunting. Tough and shoot straight, yes and price is right. My dealers say they are a gold tip nock off, other say they are from overseas but the price is right and they shoot great. Once you order they are at your door step in a couple of days. image.jpg
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    I got 2 dozen but haven't did them up yet couple friend have them and like them
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    Checked out their website, but couldn't fine a discernable spine chart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Checked out their website, but couldn't fine a discernable spine chart.
    Spine chart comes up when you select an arrow to look at. It will have spine, weight plus nock insert and van weights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
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    Haven't shot them, but shot Bart's Harvest Time Archery arrows and shot them under Muddy Outdoors. Bart says he's going to keep this company. Hope so. He and I were working on a dealership for me...Just has to put a dollar amount for me to think over......
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