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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Easton Axis vs Bloodline

The local archery shop offered to sell me 1/2 dozen Axis for the same price as a 1/2 dozen of Bloodlines. The Axis were cut for another customer a copy months ago but he never picked them up. I asked him to hold them until Wednesday. Which ones would you purchase?

I figure a Dozen roses for the wife and 1/2 dozen arrows for me. That is a fair trade. The flowers will be dead in 9 days and hopefully in 9 months my arrow will have killed something. LOL.
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Re: Easton Axis vs Bloodline

There's really not a huge difference between the two. The bloodlines are a hair lighter, but not much. About 14 grains over the length of your arrow. Straightness tolerances are the same. I'd probably pick the bloodlines, but thats just me. I'm actually really liking the specs of their new Torch shaft, and the Hexx too. Unfortunately they don't post the outside diameter of their shafts. Its going to take alot for me swtich from my Victory VAPs.

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Re: Easton Axis vs Bloodline

I shoot the Axis and they are great shafts. I don't know much about the Bloodlines.
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