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Re: arrows #23558
07/03/08 12:23 AM
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yal talked me into i'm going to try the Gold Tips laugh


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Re: arrows #23559
07/03/08 06:41 AM
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Walker county
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Where are you getting them? Cut and fletched or just shafts?


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Re: arrows #23560
07/03/08 08:44 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by bamabug:
Good ole aluminum Easton 2213's. Always had great results with them and will use them as long as they are made.
Thinking about going back to those myself. I killed a lot of deer with them.


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Re: arrows #23561
07/03/08 09:51 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by ssccbucs24:
yal talked me into i'm going to try the Gold Tips laugh
What length do you need?? Ive got probably 10 new shafts {5575 xt} but they have been cut to 27". Ive switched back to 2213's so I don't need these.


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Re: arrows #23562
07/03/08 02:41 PM
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I shoot the easton st epic, good price on em. twocents

Re: arrows #23563
07/03/08 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by ssccbucs24:
[b] yal talked me into i'm going to try the Gold Tips laugh
What length do you need?? Ive got probably 10 new shafts {5575 xt} but they have been cut to 27". Ive switched back to 2213's so I don't need these. [/b]
my bow has an overdraw on it so I'm shooting 26 inch arrows.....how much you want for them??


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Re: arrows #23564
07/03/08 03:58 PM
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Quote:
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Originally posted by ArtisticWhitetails:
[b]
Quote:
Originally posted by ssccbucs24:
[b] yal talked me into i'm going to try the Gold Tips laugh
What length do you need?? Ive got probably 10 new shafts {5575 xt} but they have been cut to 27". Ive switched back to 2213's so I don't need these. [/b]
my bow has an overdraw on it so I'm shooting 26 inch arrows.....how much you want for them?? [/b]
Let me go home and see how many Ive got. I will holler at you Mon. morning.


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Re: arrows #23565
07/04/08 02:08 AM
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Originally posted by ssccbucs24:
[b]
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Originally posted by ArtisticWhitetails:
[b]
quote:
Originally posted by ssccbucs24:
yal talked me into i'm going to try the Gold Tips laugh
What length do you need?? Ive got probably 10 new shafts {5575 xt} but they have been cut to 27". Ive switched back to 2213's so I don't need these. [/b]
my bow has an overdraw on it so I'm shooting 26 inch arrows.....how much you want for them?? [/b]
Let me go home and see how many Ive got. I will holler at you Mon. morning.
alright man i appreciate it


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Re: arrows #23566
07/04/08 06:31 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by bamabug:
Good ole aluminum Easton 2213's. Always had great results with them and will use them as long as they are made.
me too thumbsup


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Re: arrows #23567
07/05/08 11:01 AM
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auburn - God's Country
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been practicing w/ Beemans and CE terminators this summer...

I got a Cabelas arrowhawk target and the arrows stick out of the back of the target (but dont go in far enough to mess up the vanes)... anyhow the terminators (heavier) penetrate about 2-3 inches more than the Beemans but the Beemans (is it one e or 2?) hit about 2-3 inches higher (flatter traj)

I still have not decided what I will hunt w/ this fall ... been thinking about the Easton Epic... is there really that much difference between a .005 (straightness) and a .003 arrow?

can anyone give me some stats on how much your groups open up if you go to a .005 arrow?


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Re: arrows #23568
07/05/08 07:20 PM
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Fosters, Alabama, USA
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Re: arrows #23569
07/07/08 10:31 AM
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Prattville AL
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The tolerance hasn't impacted my shooting a bit. I can kill trees with all types! laugh laugh laugh

Shaw has the pics to prove it! laugh


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