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Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by general, Jun 5, 2008.
In your opinion, what is the best shaft out today? And, why you think its the best.
I should have specified that I was referring to hunting shafts.
This is another one of those opinion topics, there are plenty of good ones. I took one last year with an ST Epic - total weight 426gr. I'm going out this fall with Victory's @ 312gr. I have no doubt it will do about as well. If one was hunting larger game I would prefer a heavier arrow, but for whitetail - it just isn't a big deal. I'm using the Victory's to get some speed for 3D and don't feel like changing my sights for a different arrow for hunting after shooting them all summer. I won't shoot one past 35yds period and then I better have a real good look, I much prefer 30 and in so KE loss is not an issue for me.
ACC's. Super tough arrow, small diameter for good penitration and a good gpi for hunting.
Hard to beat the CX Maxima for a do all hunting arrow. Strong, light, and smoking good looks......eace:
Couldn't have said it any better!! eace:
Just like anything else....lot of different ideas. I for one like the X-Weaves. They are very tuff, accurate,and priced right.eace:
Blackhawk vapors 8.3 gpi .018 straightest about $60 dozen
I think you meant .0018 straightness.......:noidea:
Yep :doh: :doh: :doh:
.018 wouldnt be a selling point.......:biggrin1: :biggrin1:
Having one of those days :laugh:
I'll stick to my plain jane GT's, thank you. I have found that I cant shoot the difference between .003 and .001 straightness to justify the cost difference.:noidea:
Terminator Lt. select by carbon express. 60- 75.00 per doz depending on how you shop. They seem to shoot and group just as well as maxima's and re-fletch easier without the fancy coating. I practice with the same arrows I hunt with. I've never had a deer notice my arrows with flouresent blazer vanes and no camo paint untill it's too late, anyway.