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- good stuff Review by buzzlite
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I must agree that carbon arrow (regardless of manufacuture's) tend to be a bit stiffer than chart information implies. I bought a set of 600's and the bare shaft planed 9'' to the left with the least resistance that my cushion plunger could be set at. My draw length is 28.5" and my bow is a W&W Eola at 42#'s. The arrows were equipped with the 100grain target tip. I'm going to try the 900's to get a closer spine.
(Posted on 6/20/12)
- Overall good arrow Review by LLOYD KEAST
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Extremely fast with great penetration. Be aware there is some issues we've experienced with the insert bending. Use foam instead of bag target. Be extremely carefull when you glue the insert in, due to not exact I.D tollerances. Spend the money and get the V1's, 3 of my last dozen were off enough that it bothered me.( fine for hunting though, I'm just a little anal about that.) A little wobble when spun on the ball barings. lighted nocks are now available from Nockturnal and they work well. Buy the reds, they are much brighter than the blues or greens. Overall I am pleased with the arrow. we are getting complete pass throughs on Black bear at 50lbs 20 yrds. No problem with pass throughs on deer at 65 lbs and 40 yrds. ( rib cage area). Be prepared to buy a new quiver or new quiver inserts due to the tiny diameter of these arrows.
(Posted on 8/27/11)
- Good but ! Review by xring
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These are great shafts for the money, But there are things you've got to keep in mind: use a glue to put the points in. light hot melt glue is not strong enough, and the heat from strong hot glue will damage the shaft. For shaft length add one inch more, these are a little bit stiffer than they say. Case in point: 28" 500s 120 point out of single cam deflex bow 40" ata @ 63lbs. bare shaft tune at 10 yds bare shaft 3" left of group.
(Posted on 7/19/11)