Easton® Axis Traditional Carbon Hunting Arrows

   

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Shaft Weight (GPI)
Fletch Style
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340

10.3 GPI

4" Feathers

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400

9.8 GPI

4" Feathers

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1/2 Dozen

500

8.9 GPI

4" Feathers

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1/2 Dozen

600

7.8 GPI

4" Feathers

Quantity:
1/2 Dozen
  • Wood grain graphics
  • Pre-installed bone color X Nocks
  • Brass X HIT conventional thread break-off inserts
  • Nanotube N-FUSED® carbon-composite fibers
  • Straightness: ± .003"
Now traditional archers can benefit from the incredible arrow technologies of Easton’s Axis line, while retaining the look and feel of a traditional wooden arrow. The Axis Traditional is slightly heavier, with a brass insert to help improve front-of-center performance. Wood grain graphics; pre-installed bone color X Nocks; brass X HIT conventional thread break-off inserts; nanotube N-FUSED® carbon-composite fibers. Straightness: ± .003". Deep Six system compatible.

"New AXIS Traditional provides more penetration and has the legendary look of Doug Easton's 1920's hand-made arrows." Fred Eichler.
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Sorry if this is a stupid question, I'm really new to archery. Also, I have a 35 lb bow with no arrows yet. my draw length is almost 32". So what size and shaft weight should I choose?

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This is just the arrows. The tips do not come with them.

If you go to a local Bass Pro Shop they can get you set up with the correct arrow size and weight.
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35 lbs seems a little light especially for someone with a 32 inch draw. However, If you have questions like that, many of the arrow manufacturers will have poundage and draw length specifications for each arrow and spline to determine which is acceptable on their website. Also your local archery shop should be able to assist.
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I have Martin Jaguar recurve bow with a 50 pound draw at 28 in., my draw is 27in.,i am using 125 gr. field and hunting points, which size arrow would i use. Are the arrows cut or do i have to cut them .
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If I was you I would us ether the 300 spine in the black shaft or the 340 spin in the realtree camo shaft and no there not cut happy hunting and god bless
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inserts average 11 grains, fletching 11 grains, inserts 11 grains. u need at minimum 5 grains per inch of shaft, added to head weight. to give you a start weight, anything under that, consider yourself dry firing your bow.
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