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    Default Deer Crossing Archery Arrows?

    Anybody try them out yet?
    Website says $49.99 a dozen for arrows and $29.99 for bolts.

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    Never heard of them??..........

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    Me either.
    Bear Kodiak Magnum, Easton XX75 Legacy w/Zwicky's, Great Northern Quiver
    Black & Pink package for the Princess: Martin Mystic, Sword Apex, Limb Driver
    FBSA emertus

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    Default Deer Crossing Archery

    Quote Originally Posted by duanelane View Post
    Never heard of them??..........
    I used to be the General Manager of Victory Archery for the first three years and then started Harvest Time Archery until I sold it to Muddy Outdoors and now I am starting another arrow brand called Deer Crossing Archery.
    Deer Crossing Archery LLC
    At the intersection of Quality and Economy

    Our relentless pursuit to build the best arrow for the buck started with a dream of using our highest quality 100% carbon money can buy - to manufacture an arrow that is not just straight, but also very durable. We here at Deer Crossing Archery are Hunters and Target Archer's just like you so we designed and built our carbon shafts knowing it would be our first choice in what we ourselves would shoot!

    HUNTER
    Arrows $49.99
    Shafts $44.99
    .246" inside diameter
    350, 400, and 500 spine
    Norway R2 vanes
    PDP Inserts
    Bohning Double-Lock Blazer Nocks
    +/-.005" or better

    XBOW $29.99
    20” or 22”
    Flat-Back or Half-Moon Nocks
    .300” inside diameter
    Norway 3” Fusion-X vanes
    PDP brass inserts
    +/-.005” or better

    $7.50 S & H

    Add $5.00 for cutting and gluing in inserts on HUNTER’s

    Add $5.00 for 100 grain field points on HUNTER’s

    Add $2.50 for 100 grain field points for the XBOW



    TARGET & SD HUNTER coming soon!
    $79.99 shafts
    $89.99 Arrows
    They come with choice of inserts or target points FREE!!

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    Absolutely great company and products

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    Their prices are higher on their site now. The arrows are great. I did have trouble getting my order, and it was short when I got it. After about three months I did get the majority of it but I had to pay for some of some of what was missing. After talking to Josh a couple of times he explained they are having trouble with the shipments sent out of one place (apparently they ship from two locations) and the shipments that go to a certain portion of the US. A total waist of my time to take the matter to task with USPS. I came up one shaft, on arrow and 13 inserts and 13 points short of an order of four dozen. Just my luck the way the whole deal went. Not really sure who is at fault but I can tell you that their arrows are a very good product.
    Mathews Switchback 63# 29"
    Victory Arrows and FOBs!

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    If anyone decides to get a set of arrows from I can hook you guys up with a 10% off code to use as many times you like.

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    Putting together an order now for some target arrows! Haven't shot the target arrows yet but I'm sure they are killer just like the hunters I own.

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