Beman ICS Hunter Pro Camo Arrow Shafts

   

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340

8.8 GPI

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen
  • $99.99

  • SKU: 1911420

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400

8.1 GPI

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen
  • $99.99

  • SKU: 1911421

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Beman® ICS® Hunter Pro Camo Arrow Shafts feature the hot look of Realtree® camo weave and the blistering speed of Beman’s most advanced lightweight carbon. Equipped with the MicroLite™ SNocks and ViBrake Hot Tail inserts—giving bowhunters a flat, accurate trajectory plus hard-hitting downrange impact. Straightness: ±.002''. Weight Tolerance: ±2.0 grains.

  • Realtree camo weave
  • Blistering speed of Beman’s most advanced lightweight carbon
  • MicroLite™ SNocks
  • ViBrake Hot Tail inserts
  • Flat, accurate trajectory
  • Hard-hitting downrange impact
  • Straightness: ±.002''
  • Weight Tolerance: ±2.0 grains
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Beman hunter pro shafts Have used a lot of different arrows over the years. Most were based on the recommendations of others at forums. They were all pretty good. No real bad arrows. Was never a big Beman fan one way or the other, although I did hear some good and bad things about them from others. A bow tech I've known for awhile recommended trying some Bemans so I figured I'd try some of their better ones and sent for a dozen of the pro hunter camo's. I fletch my own because I like a strong helical curve. I use slick tricks when hunting and find a good curved vane helps place them better when stalking and shooting through trees and don't want a wounded animal running around. I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised. As far as toughness goes, I don't know if they're really tougher one way or the other than others like gold tip, carbon express, etc.. , except for easton bloodlines. I broke those on a regular basis and stopped using them after breaking 4 on 3D targets. When it comes to acurracy the pro camo's have it and hit as hard as any other arrow I've tried. My groups tightened up amazingly well. At 35 yds I have to be really careful because they shoot so tight I've torn vanes repeatedly. I always have to space my arrows apart when I shoot now. The farthest I've shot with them is 60 yds but they travel very flat and at my 3D range they're bang on. Even with broad heads I don't have to retune my bow. Going from field points to broad heads, the slick tricks are never off by more than 1/2 an inch as long as the weight stays the same. I ordered 2 dozen more since then and have replaced all my arrows with them. September 27, 2013
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raw shafts without fletching or inserts.
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Arrow shafts are just the carbon arrow shaft with no fletching( vanes or feathers ). If you order these you will have to put your own fletching on.
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arrow shafts have no vanes or feathers so you must fletch (put on vanes) yourself
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