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Lancaster Archery can custom cut your arrow shafts for you. Enter your precise shaft length as measured from end to end of the shaft, excluding any hardware (nocks, bushings, inserts and points). If you leave this field blank, your shafts will be shipped uncut at full length.

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Product Description
Product Description
• Provides the intermediate target archer a truly high-performance feel
• Small diameter, ultimate stiffness, accurate, durable and fast speeds
• Incorporates internal nock, point and 2.5" vanes
• Proper spine & arrow weight can be acheived for even low draw weights

Available Sizes:
Recurve: 5/15 (4.3 gpi), 10/20 (4.4 gpi), 15/25 (5.2 gpi), 20/30 (5.7 gpi)
Compound: 30/40 (6.8 gpi), 40/50 (7.9 gpi)
Outside Diameter:
10/20 (.203"), 15/25 & 20/30 (.218"), 30/40 & 40/50 (.234")
Full Length:
5/15 (27.5"), 10/20 (28.5"), 15/25 (30"), 20/30 (30.5"), 30/40, (31.5"), 40/50 (33")

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Fantastic arrows for the price Review by BuckRimfire
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My wife bought me a dozen of these 20/30 for Xmas 2.5 years ago for use with my 30# bow. I shoot about once a week, mostly at 7 yards in my basement. All the arrows are still going strong! One has a nick in a vane from another shot.

Shoot at a five spot target if you are accurate enough to potentially hit one arrow with another, and these will last for hundreds of shots. Perfect for casual target use. By ear, clearly faster than the aluminum arrows they replaced.

(Posted on 5/29/16)

Great, inexpensive arrows for practice or beginner archer Review by James Burke
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I have been using these for a year or so and they have been very good. You really have to go though and test them to find the best and try and group them into an end but they are all pretty decent flyers. I called Carbon Impact and got the pin nocks because the press in nocks are sized smaller then the 16 strand strings I use. Carbon impact support was just as friendly and great to deal with as Lancaster is.

(Posted on 4/7/16)

not bad, but buyer beware Review by Michael Wang
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So I shot with the 30/40 super clubs for about half a year, and they are great arrows starting out. small diameter, okay tolerances, decent fletching. The problem started when I got better and my groupings got tighter, my arrows started to hit each other. The 'internal nock' of these arrows are glued in, and almost impossible to pull out and replace. The carbon used in the body is also not very damage resistant so a glancing hit can break 2 arrows - the nock of the front arrow, and the shaft of the back arrow. Now I'm down to 8 arrows I'm looking to replace these with Easton Carbon Ones, fortunately my poundage already went up so these arrows aren't a good match anymore anyway.

All in all, great arrows to start out, but be aware of the nocking problem and adjust your expectations accordingly. Still recommended for beginners.

(Posted on 1/8/16)

Full length of arrows Review by Jeff in CA
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Just got some full length 20/30's and they are
30.50" carbon to carbon
30.75" bottom of nock to carbon
31.00" bottom of nock to tip of point

(Posted on 5/15/15)

Second best arrow for value!! Review by hcorrigall
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These Carbon Impact Arrows just have to be the second best value for your money-second only to Easton Carbon Storm Arrows.Of course we talking a spine difference here as well!

(Posted on 5/2/15)

not that good Review by MEXCOMP
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I used this arrows for a year, what I can say is that you get what you pay for, they are CHEAP carbon arrows, their quality is awefull, half the arrows came bent from the factory. if you are a begginer or intermediate I would recomend either getting high quality aluminum or if you need carbon spend a little bit more on carbon one's or VAP's. (BTW I switched from the carbon impacts to Eston X10 the best arrow if you can aford it)

(Posted on 1/29/15)

Great Youth Target Arrow Review by Sam
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I bought these for my 8 yr old son primarily for indoor target archery. Very pleased with the quality of the arrow. Although i would prefer a point that isn't glued in, they still work perfectly for him.

(Posted on 6/8/14)

Spine info for Carbon Impact Super Club arrows Review by Jeff in CA
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This is copied from the Archery Talk forum. It was an email reply from Carbon Impact to someone asking for detailed spin info on Super Clubs:

The Spine of the Super Club 5/15 is .1500 and weighs 4.3 grain per inch,
the Super Club 10/20 is .1200 and weighs 4.4 grain per inch,
the Super Club 15/25 is .950 and weighs 4.9 grains per inch,
the Super Club 20/30 is .820 and weighs 5.5 grains per inch,
the Super Club 30/40 is .620 and weighs 7.4 grains per inch
and the Super Club 40/50 is .500 and weighs 8.6 grains.

I recently bought some 20/30 and some 15/25. I'll post a full review after more shooting, but so far I like the 20/30, though they are too stiff for my bow (30#, 26" draw, arrows cut to 27.5", full point weight of 80gr)

(Posted on 3/30/14)

Carbon Impact 10/20 arrow. Review by Wanda
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I received the 10/20 arrows for Christmas, along with the Pink Lemonade Genesis bow. They have helped to increase my score, and for a 74 year old female, it works great for that combination. I couldn't be more happier!

(Posted on 3/30/14)

Great for the developing archer Review by Peter Taylor
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i find these arrows to be of high quality. Small diameter 'club' arrows are significant as the impact on target butts is diminished. Not many options but they really do the job.

(Posted on 11/16/13)

10/20 Arrows work great for light weight bows Review by Dad of a 6 year old
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These arrows are great for the young archer. My son can only draw 12# right now. I had gone to my local shop and bought their lightest weight arrows. They were 400 spine at 6.4 gpi. I had them cut to 23" and they looked like crossbow bolts! Anyway with 75gr tips they were miserable form my son's Fuse Freestyle compound bow. Would not penetrate the bag target (bounced off!), flew innacurately and were way way way overspined for the 12# bow setting.

So I found these and bought the 10/20's in December 2012. Awesome arrows for youth low pound bows. The shafts are really skinny, so could not use the bow mounted quiver, and had to adjust the hostage rest by adding washers to neck down the hole. These are light enough to get speed and the skinny head penetrates nicely at 5 yards with the 12# draw. 3 of the 4 were very straight (.005"), one was out by at least .030"

Now I reordered some more and they have changed. The original ones (Dec '12) had 2.5" x .5" tall blazer-like vanes. The new ones have 1.75" x .38" tall vanes. They look puny. They work, but the larger vanes helped compensate my son's with bow torque much more than these small ones. So..... Not sure if you can specify or not. I'll have them refletched with blazers if they ever fail. All the new ones are straight to within .005"

(Posted on 7/10/13)

Great choice for the intermediate shooter Review by Andreas
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I recently bought theese arrows for me and my wife as our second sets of arrows, we as all beginners started out with some easton aluminium arrows and we needed some thin carbon ones for outdoor shooting. I was recommended by the shop to get the Carbon Impact and now having shot theese a few times i really like them. They are very thin, not to stiff and even with my wifes 24 pound recurve they fly really straight.

/Andreas

(Posted on 6/9/13)

great youth arrow Review by Paul
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These arrows are perfect for young archers! I have been looking for good arrows for my ten year old for a while. He shoots about 20# recurve, and would get so frustrated with his old arrows when shooting 3d because of bounce outs etc. With the glue in tips, small diameter, and weight we wont have the problem any more. Price is a little high for youth arrows.

(Posted on 5/11/13)

Decent Arrow for the price Review by Cadpat
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I recently ordered these arrows and pretty happy with them. Fly very fast and quite sturdy .

(Posted on 4/5/13)

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