Easton® Axis® Full Metal Jacket Camo Deep Six Arrow Shafts
- N-Fused® carbon core
- 7075 alloy jacket
- Deep Six inserts
- Chamfer stone
- Installation tool
- HIT epoxy included
- X-nocks installed
- Straightness: ±.002"
- Weight Tolerance: ±2.0 grains
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by buckmaster93 Great Purchase! Very good arrows! Shot amazing, very dependable, and look great. I think I'm an Easton fan for life now. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bowhunter8810 FMJ These are excellent arrows. I have used them for the past 4 seasons (not the deep six inserts, but the same shafts). I specifically wanted to address the other review, the shafts are super tough. However, these are aluminum wrapped carbon. Think of them as aluminum arrows. In the old days (not that long ago) you had to be diligent when removing aluminum arrows for fear of bending them. This is the same with the FMJ. If you flex the arrow too much when removing them from a target, they WILL bend. Also, if you shoot an animal, they may bend easier than a carbon arrow will spinter (crack). January 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lucky18 poor purchase i bought these arrows purely on reputation and hearing they were good arrows. i never got to hunt with them before 3 were bent and 2 broke. i dont know if i got a bad batch but i was very disappointed with the purchase and will stick with straight carbon arrows next time. i did notice they were penetrating deeper into the target then my easton power flights but the fact that they seemed weak and couldnt handle a little target shooting will stop me from purchasing anymore October 16, 2012
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A:Assuming you are shooting 100 grain heads and use your fingers, you should consider the 500 spine arrows. The 400s will work as the speed of a recurve is not going to be as prevalent with a finger shooter.
A:your draw length doesnt matter, the arrows can be cut to accommodate the length u require. 400 should be okay for your draw weight, aslong as you stay away from arrows to flexible for your draw weight. i use 340 and shoot 65 pounds on average.
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