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What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

Do u like, Trying to get my info now for my purchase later!!!

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Re: What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

For me personally it's the Victory arrow with 2.1 Fusion vanes and brass insert. G5 Striker broadheads in 100 grain.

I will say that you want to get the arrows that match up with your crossbow. What shoots well for me in my Parker Tornado might not be the best for your bow.
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Re: What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

Don't have a bow yet, I was just wondering what everyone was using
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Re: What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

NAP Thunderheads 100 grain. Using Horton Bone-Collector Carbon bolts i found at Dick's this year. Shoot very accurate out of my Parker Safari Magnum.
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carbon express arrows and any broadhead made by magnus
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Re: What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

Very much a personal thing. Pretty much any high quality shafts will perform adequately. I would stay away from the cheap stuff.

Each bow tends to like a certain combination the best and or takes some experimenting to figure it out. You can rely on Arrowheads advice as he has tested about everything out there.

I am shooting Gold Tip Laser II with brass inserts, 4 inch vanes and 100 grain G5 Strikers out of my Excalibur.

My Parker Cyclone like Carbon Express, 5 inch vanes and Slick Trick 100 grain magnums.

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red hot and 125gr G5 kill 6 with this set up so far never lost one yet
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Old version Golt Tip II`s, regular aluminum inserts, 100 grain WASP Boss heads out of an Excal Exocet 200.

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Gold tip Laser II bolts, brass insert, 100 grain Crimson Talons.
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Re: What Arrow brand, Type & BroadHead Brand, Size?

My Parker Cyclone likes Red Hot arrows AKA Carbon Express Aramid's tipped with NAP 100 gr Spitfire Pro 100's

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