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    Default Are easton axis FMJ's good for hunting?

    Are they a good arrow period compared to my maximas. I have seen alot of hype about small diameter thick wall shafts but is it BS or are they the real deal.
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    i have no idea. i use easton st. epics. strong arrow and true flight
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    YES !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernfryedyankee View Post
    Are they a good arrow period compared to my maximas. I have seen alot of hype about small diameter thick wall shafts but is it BS or are they the real deal.
    Alot of people like them, I have never shot them myself...but I have heard good reveiws.


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    I have used Axis arrows the past 2 seasons and will this upcoming one and the are really good. I also use them for 3D with bulge points and I have not lost a missed shot except for one that hit a metal pole. It's amazing how thick the wall is compared to the total diameter of the arrow. The HIT/ST technology is a bit of an issue with component compatibility because standard nocks and inserts don't work. But, having said that, I love them and will use them for a long while.

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