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Easton Bloodline N-Fused Carbon Arrows - 2'' Blazer Vanes

   

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330

8.7 GPI

2" Vanes

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400

7.7 GPI

2" Vanes

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480

6.8 GPI

2" Vanes

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With the Easton® Bloodline N-Fused® Carbon Arrows you get the deep penetration of a small diameter shaft with the incredible speed of lightweight carbon. Factory crested; red H-nocks installed; HP inserts included. 2'' Blazer Vanes®. Straightness: ±.003''. Weight Tolerance: ±2 grains.

  • The deep penetration of a small diameter shaft
  • The incredible speed of lightweight carbon
  • Factory crested
  • Red H-nocks installed
  • HP inserts included
  • 2'' Blazer Vanes
  • Straightness: ±.003''
  • Weight Tolerance: ±2 grains

Easton® Carbon Shaft Selection Chart
Draw Wt.
Shaft Size
(lbs.) 27" 28" 29" 30" 31"
45-50 500 500 500 400 400
50-55 500 500 400 400 400
55-60 500 400 400 400 400
60-65 400 400 400 400 340
65-70 400 400 400 340 340
70-76 400 400 340 340
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76-82 400 340 340
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Easton Bloodline N-Fused Carbon Arrows - 2'' Blazer Vanes 4.8 5 12 12
Great Product A great product and everything you can expect from Easton, just be prepared to cut the arrows to the length you will need and you will need to purchase glue to set the tip inserts! September 22, 2014
Solid Affordable Arrow Picked these up for my ever-growing son. He shoots them faster out of his Diamond Razor Edge than I shoot my Easton's out of my Hoyt. Still love Hoyt though.They fly straight and are easy to see in flight due to the crest. They do not penetrate as deep as I would like based on the target depth. Will need to wait and see abut deer. I am sure they will be fine. July 22, 2014
????? What size should i order for a 31 inch and 70lb draw? January 31, 2014
Best Arrows Ever I finally got my new Hoyt Spyder sighted in with my new HHA 5519 and I decided to get these arrows cus ive heard about them from friends and when i got my bow sighted in.I have been shooting my fletchings off just about every shot. Highly Recommend December 1, 2013
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The size 330 and 400 Easton Bloodline N-Fused Carbon Arrows work with the Easton HP-3 Inserts, which is SKU number 1263684. Size 480 will use the HP-2 Inserts SKU: 2007697. They are set up for use with 8-32 standard broadheads and RPS practice and field points.

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We shoot the tapered Saunders 85 or 100 grain points out of them. I believe it is 9/32??
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. Per the manufacturer web site size 330, 400, and 480 will use 9/32 RPS Point (O.D. Inches).
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is this the best option?

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I shoot a diamond outlaw just as they come with 65lbs draw weight and a 27" draw length. If so what kind of broad head should I shoot? Haven't bought anything new in awhile.
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Id recommend shooting the new Rage Hypodermics their very good
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I shoot a Diamond Fugitive at 55 pounds with a 28.5" draw length. I would recommend not depending on mechanical broad heads to open perfectly. Go with a fixed blade and you can't go wrong. I shoot the NAP HellRazor. The baddest broad heads on the market. No doubt.
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G5 T3 expandables work excellent
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i recommend you try shooting a couple of different arrow brands, and also different size field points. Before you get new broadheads. This will help you choose the best grouping combination for you. Then go get new broadheads based on your research.
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My son shoots a 29 inch draw at 55 lbs, so I would think so. He is just over the 5-6 grains per inch recommended too, and that is with an 85 grain head.
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Yes get the 400's thats what i shoot.
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Yes check eastons website for what size,i shoot 26 in draw and 60lbs and i shoot 480 spine
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These arrows will work for a 60 pound draw weight bow. The arrows come with a measurement of 31 1/2" and you need to have them cut with a high speed arrow saw to the decided length you want.
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