New Easton n-fused axis arrows

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by BigSteve, May 27, 2008.

  1. BigSteve

    BigSteve Member

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    Been shooting these for about a week now and they seem to be a really good arrow. I'm shooting the 340's and beside having to move my pins a little to to compensate for the 30gr. increase in weight, am really impressed with the way they fly. I'm shooting the Blazer vanes and have been for about the last 4 years and I can tell my groups have tightened up even a little more with the higher quality arrow. Cabelas has them for around $110, $115w/Blazer vanes, and $130 for camo, which were all about $20-$25 less than all my local archery shops. If your in the market for some new arrows I wouldn't be afraid to give these a try, and at $110- $130 their a little better priced than the Maximas and alot better priced than the Aramids.
     
  2. Fishpro

    Fishpro Northcoast Madman

    I was thinking of trying those this hunting season. I've had the same doz. of the original Axis for 3 years now. Theres nothing wrong with them, but it never hurts to have more arrows.:D