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- pretty good. Review by Michael Kane
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These arrows were really good, despite them being a youth arrow. The First review was, right about the nocks not coming in glued, but it wasn't that much of a hassle to glue them on. The fletching of the arrow, was kinda cheap. They stayed on but as long as I hoped it would, but being shield feathers, they were nice and flew very well. These arrows or more of a youth outdoor, arrow for low poundage recurves. The small diameter flew through the wind perfectly, and were surprisingly accurate. Overall the quality is not the best, but they were definitely better than I had anticipated.
(Posted on 5/26/15)
- Great arrow with a minor hitch Review by Bishop
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The good thing about these arrows is they actually give you a spine number to look at aside from just being a youth arrow. The 28" arrows are 1000 spine (and I believe the 26" models are either 1200 or 1400 spine) and with their tips they're about 28.75" long from tip of the point to valley of the nock. I have found them to be durable as far as the shafts are concerned, however the fetching does leave one wanting and because of the light spine and very light weight the shaft can be crushed or broken by rough handling. The shield feathers these shafts arrive with are good, however with little effort the four examples I experimented with saw the feathers pulled almost cleanly off of the shaft. The shafts themselves don't take CX glue or G5 Blue Goo well, however they do accept Range-O-Matic Spin Wings very well. The only other issue I have seen with these shafts is one that was mentioned already and that is the nock fit. While the solution is simple it does cramp the ability to do any nock tuning and that is simply to glue the nock into the shaft. That said, only two of the four arrows needed this service and one was my own doing to inspect the wall thickness of the shaft. Overall as a relatively inexpensive arrow I think they're a great buy so long as the end user considers these short comings. I would suggest these for an introductory outdoor arrow for low draw weight archers of any age given their cost and a budget is of concern and they are refletched to something other than the factory feathers, as mentioned before they take Spin Wings nicely.
Overall finished arrow weight ( these arrows are extremely light weight)
Shaft diameter (skinny shaft would be great for beginners to shoot outside)
Known spine number
Fit and finish
Poor acceptance of adhesives for refletching
(Posted on 5/8/15)
- pretty good Review by archer
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These arrows looked great on the website so i decided to take a chance. When they arrived i got too excited and did not inspect them first i shot an arrow in my back yard and the nock fell of somewhere in the grass. I checked the rest of the arrows and it was the same. None of my arrows had the glue on the nock and they were all loose. once i fixed them they worked great and the price was great but i am still one arrow short and the description doesnt say what type of nock it has. I wish i could give it 5 stars but i am still upset that all 6 of my arrows came with the nock not properly placed.
(Posted on 7/13/14)