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    Default beman realtree mfx or easton axis st nano?

    which would you buy and why?

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    Beman, because it's the same as the Eastons and cost a whole lot less.
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    I got to go nanos because their strong penetration is insane blew through 1/2 of the targets on a 3-d course yesterday. they arn't as heavy as the bemans. bemans are made by easton but that don't mean their as good as other arrows easton makes. I would put the nano's in the same class as A/C/C as far as straightness & accuracy but lot stronger. THEY LOOK COOL also
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    bought a beman 10.4 gpi the other day. Accurate as heck and 9$. It just drops 5'' lower at 45 yards than my GT carbon hunters. It packs a wholop though. Nice and heavy!

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    nano...nano....

    this Mork from...

    2008 82nd Airborne Realtree H/D Green, I shot the 101st first...and then the 82nd second...went with the 82nd FIRST....
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    2007 Commander Mossy Oak OBS #68.00 @??.?", 26" 383 gr. C/X Aramid 250, FOB = ??? fps
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    Quote Originally Posted by PA.JAY View Post
    I got to go nanos because their strong penetration is insane blew through 1/2 of the targets on a 3-d course yesterday. they arn't as heavy as the bemans. bemans are made by easton but that don't mean their as good as other arrows easton makes. I would put the nano's in the same class as A/C/C as far as straightness & accuracy but lot stronger. THEY LOOK COOL also

    Blew THROUGH the 3d targets huh? Tell your club to get some new targets then cause ain't no arrow out there that can go through a newer 3d target.
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