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    I bought a pack of these at GM today. I guess they aren't a big seller, they were marked down to $19.99 from $31. They were pretty sharp right out of the pack, they shaved hair on my arm pretty easily. I haven't shot them yet but I'll report back with how well they fly....

    They're 100 gr. with a 1 1/8" cut.
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    i got a few to. they fly pretty good and are sharp.

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    I've got a customer that is a big guy. 33" draw. He was shooting them at like 315fps and said they fly great.
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    they work great and are very sharp they are all i shoot

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    JC, do those have a retainer ring to hold the back end of the blades? The picture isn't showing one?...
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    no, they're retained by the little tabs that fit in the slots you see on the skinny part that screws into the arrow. I guess you could put a washer on them if you wanted to, but they screw up nice and tight.

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    Wonder how easy it is to find replacement blades for them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pred8er View Post
    Wonder how easy it is to find replacement blades for them?
    very easy just buy them right from aftershockarcherys website

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I bought a pack of these at GM today. I guess they aren't a big seller, they were marked down to $19.99 from $31. They were pretty sharp right out of the pack, they shaved hair on my arm pretty easily. I haven't shot them yet but I'll report back with how well they fly....

    They're 100 gr. with a 1 1/8" cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneMustFall View Post
    Well how do you like them,are they bow hunter worthy..................
    I haven't shot them yet, I'll do it tomorrow after work.....

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    I finally got around to shooting them and they fly great, they hit right with my fieldpoints.......

    They do rattle though. they need an o-ring between the ferrule and the arrow. you were right fiddle......

    I'm gonna e-mail Aftershock and ask them what's up with that, because I really like the design, they're sharp and they fly great. don't want a rattle though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I finally got around to shooting them and they fly great, they hit right with my fieldpoints.......

    They do rattle though. they need an o-ring between the ferrule and the arrow. you were right fiddle......

    I'm gonna e-mail Aftershock and ask them what's up with that, because I really like the design, they're sharp and they fly great. don't want a rattle though...
    Any luck getting rid of the rattle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoyt_hunter007 View Post
    Any luck getting rid of the rattle?
    I haven't followed up with Aftershock on it. one of these days when I think about it I'm gonna pick up a few o-rings and see if that fixes it. I'll probably do that tomorrow.

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