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Easton XX75 Gamegetter Arrow Shaft

SKU# 2070230

$4.17

Item # 2070230

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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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• Multi-purpose, no-nonsence hunting arrows constructed of 7075-T9 alloy
• Features a composite uni bushing
• Super nocks installed, RPS inserts included
• Sizes: 500 (2016), 400 (2117), 340 (2315), 300 (2317)
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Material Aluminum

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A great shaft Review by William E. Latimer II
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I've been shooting carbons for awhile now, but after a near miss with a sploding carbon shaft I started thinking about switching to aluminum. I worried that maybe aluminum would be to noisy... However, my dad hunted with these for years and was never let down... he urged me to try some. After I saw the price it was a no brainer... These have been one of the best purchases I've made in a good while, I shoot trad bows and use a 7 inch wrap with 4x4 fletch... they're very stable in flight and I haven't had any problems whatsoever.

(Posted on 1/3/18)

Toughest, Best price, Feathered Review by Ed
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Feathered or Vaned these are bad ass arrows. Only arrows I have that have withstood constant abuse. Use a flathead screwdriver and a hammer to remove them from solid objects and don't wiggle them out, they will last a long time.

(Posted on 11/29/17)

I've shot XX75 2317 ( NOW 300 spine) since 1980. Excellent Value! Review by Tim Terrell
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I've shot XX75 2317 ( NOW 300 spine) since 1980. They group very well and at ~600 grains w/ point penetration is excellent. I have lots of old heavy broad heads that I prefer to hunt with and they fly great @ 250 fps compound or 190 fps recurve.

(Posted on 8/30/17)

Carbon shmarbon Review by Kevin
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Best arrow made. For Target and hunting. I also make flu flu arrows out of 500 and 340 spine Gamegetters. The 340's are bomb-proof and both spine weights see a lot of dirt and whatnot with snaro points going after birds and small game. Inserts don't come loose and these are one tough arrow and half the cost of carbon. Perfect do-all shaft. . Aluminum is back baby and the XX75 is all I use.

(Posted on 7/17/17)

will buy more Review by alpha
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I got mine custom made by a pro shop. But these arrows are perfect. They are consistent, handle abuse from back stop mat, dont get any unwanted surprises. And if you loose any of these they are affordable, and most retail stores carry these. Good for target shooting, and geat for newcomers to the sport. I have not hunted with these so i wont comment on that but im sure they would do the job.

(Posted on 11/9/14)

Good Review by Z
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to the Point

(Posted on 3/29/13)

back to aluminum Review by Jason Beck
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After seeing what a carbon arrow does to a guy's arm when it blows up in a bow, I thought I might reconsider shooting aluminum again.
I got some old Easton XX75 Gamegetter aluminum arrows from a friend and shot them with my carbon arrows. I shoot an Archery Research Velocity bow at 63lbs and 29" draw. With this setup my carbon arrows have been clocked at 290fps.
At 20 yards, all arrows were hitting the same. At 40 yards, the aluminum were 1" low. At 60 they were 3" low.
I then put 85gr points in the aluminum and left 100gr points in the carbon. I couldn't see a difference up to 30 yards, and the aluminum were about 1" low at 60yds. So, if you want aluminum arrows to shoot like your carbon, just take a little weight off the points.

The best part - when I hit an aluminum arrow with a subsequent shot, it didn't shoot straight, but it was safe to shoot.
The second best part - really good aluminum arrows cost less than the junk quality carbon arrows.

(Posted on 8/6/11)

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