Beman® MFX™ Bone Collector® Carbon Arrows - 2'' Twister Vanes


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Fletch Style
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9.5 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:

1/2 Dozen



2" Vanes

Product Color:

1/2 Dozen
  • Patented micro-diameter carbon construction
  • HIT® inserts
  • For all types of big game
  • X Nocks installed
  • Straightness: ±.003"
  • Weight tolerance: ±2 grains
The MFX Bone Collector with HIT inserts boasts patented micro-diameter carbon construction to deliver unbeatable power and performance—for all types of big game. X Nocks installed. Straightness: ±.003". Weight tolerance: ±2 grains.

“For over 20 years we’ve used Beman carbon arrows for every hunt and for every kind of big game…ICS Carbon arrows with Hot Tail are great because they provide quieter shooting and increased accuracy that’s built in to each arrow shaft right out of the box.”          
Ralph & Vicki Cianciarulo,  Hosts of “The Choice” TV Show        
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Performs well, great, durable, worth the money These arrows are great I purchased these arrows and they have done nothing but make my shooting better, they are making my groups tighter and they fly great. Deffinetly recomended. December 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality product...but It is a quality product. The drawback is the hidden insert technology (HIT). You cannot find small enough diameter field points to match the diameter of the shaft. If you have a "bag style" target that is filled with screen you cannot pull the arrows out without them getting caught. I will use these because of what I paid for them, and they will do a good job, from a flight and penetration aspect, but it is just the pain that I now have to buy a layered target. Again, they are high quality arrows, just know what you are getting with the HIT Technology. March 12, 2013
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Can you remove the nocks?

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Yes you can remove the nocks, as they are not glued in.
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