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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-15-2012, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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2012's killers

Just got back my Easton Full Metal Jackets from Arrowhead today. Bohning wraps and Blazer vanes. These are super nice arrows for someone looking for a heavier shaft. With the brass inserts and 100 grain heads, they are gonna be about 530 grains.

Heavier arrows will slow a bow down a bit but the advantage is great momentum downrange, deep penetration and a quieter bow.


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Nice. I like the "diamond plate" motif on teh shafts.

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Coolest arrows I've ever seen

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Very nice! Can't wait to hear how they perform!
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You must be planning on doing alot of killing. Do you have a helical fletch on those blazer vanes?

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Straight offset.

And yes, I plan to do alot of killing. Of course, planning and doing are two different things.

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Sweet man Are they going to be used in your Excal? I can see them in my Exocet 200 They may be a good one to replace my old GT II`s as they were thicker and heavier then.

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I'd recognize those arrow holders anywhere.
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Are they going to be used in your Excal? I can see them in my Exocet 200 They may be a good one to replace my old GT II`s as they were thicker and heavier then.
Will be shooting Tenpoint mostly this year but all of my bows will get some stretching out. I know you like American made, Jack. Easton still made in the USA. These are a heavy arrow, though. Much heavier than your GTs.

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NICE!!!!!

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