Regular Price: $1,699.99
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- Fletching.... Review by Vinny
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The arrows I bought are blank shafts. I have been using them to hunt with for several years. I installed vanes on every shaft. Following the guidelines that Gold Tip set up. Washed them with simple green soap and let dry. Do not touch the top portion of the shaft with your hands. Use fresh glue and allow the glue to dry. These shafts are built like a tank! I have taken multiple animals with a single arrow. I also use the same shafts to shoot 3d tournaments during the off season. Just to keep my skills honed. They stand up to the abuse that multiple arrows being shot into the same spot can dish out too.
(Posted on 12/29/13)
- First arrows I bought and happy enough. Review by Great White
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They shoot true, and are hardy.
I did a robin hood within a week of beginning archery with these using a recurve bow.
They are a little expensive compared to other similar arrows is the only downside.
(Posted on 12/21/13)
- Pink Zebra Arrows...what a let down! Review by QuestGirl
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I was so excited when i got the pink zebra arrows but was quickly disappointed when i discovered that the fletchings never stay on! i got them refletched but they keep falling off...and its not my rest...
(Posted on 3/28/12)
- not worth the effort Review by doug
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Bought these arrows pre fletched. As soon as the first time i shot one the vanes were wrinkling up. So I tried to pull on one and it ripped off with ease. I had to refletch all my arrows and in the process of stripping the old vales off i discovered that the zebra wrap was coming off with the glue leaving gouges in my arrow down to the carbon. The shafts now look hideous and therefor I had to wrap them to make them look decent. I called Gold Tip about the problem and the office was not customer friendly about this and told me to soak the arrow in acetone for 15 minutes! That would have nuked my nocks and eaten all of the wrap off. I finally talked them in to replacing the two arrows I experimented with. Overall this is not worth your time to be satisfied with the arrow. I'd rather just zebra wrap a different arrow and leave this one for the birds. Sorry Uncle Ted.
(Posted on 9/21/11)