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    i think that easton arrow need some little work coz i only see 4 color on mircolite nock for flatline, i wonder if they will able to make a white nock ?? if not then i might go A/C/C arrow or go gold tip either..

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    i think i would stick with easton. the acc g nock is the best nock out there imo.
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    I really like some of Easton Arrows expecially the ACC Pro Hunters but IMO the Carbon Express Maxima line is the best all carbon arrow out there.

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    Easton a/c/c s are probably one the best arrow designs ever created.

    If your looking for some more color options, Beiter makes them in 10 different colors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    I really like some of Easton Arrows expecially the ACC Pro Hunters but IMO the Carbon Express Maxima line is the best all carbon arrow out there.

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    what do carbon express maxima cost ? and what do it compare to other carbon, but am looking for a nice budget carbon like under 100 doz shaft coz i'm doing my own fletching here ..

    i'm still stick with gold tip xt hunter 7595 coz u can get compent and arrow shaft there direct gold tip company..

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    I sell Maximas for a little over $100 including Prioriy Shipping. I also sell GoldTip but I think the Maximas are worth a few extra $$

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTClark View Post
    i think that easton arrow need some little work coz i only see 4 color on mircolite nock for flatline, i wonder if they will able to make a white nock ?? if not then i might go A/C/C arrow or go gold tip either..
    So you are going to change arrows because they don't offer white nock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTClark View Post
    .... only see 4 color on mircolite nock for flatline....
    Put some uni bushings in them Flatlines. You'll have your white nock option + some serious damage control all in one.

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    If you want white, use a regular supernock instead of the microlite nocks. They are both the same size.

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