Easton Carbon Injexion Arrows

   

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330

10.2 GPI

2" Vanes

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Black

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  • SKU: 1906095

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400

8.9 GPI

2" Vanes

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Black

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  • SKU: 1906096

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480

8.3 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Black

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  • $89.99

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Easton® Carbon Injexion Arrows are the same advanced, ultra-micro-diameter shafts that Olympic archers demand for terminal kinetic energy and top crosswind performance. High-strength carbon fiber; polished 9-micron finish; factory crested; G-nocks installed; G HIT® inserts included. 2'' Blazer® Vanes. Straightness: ±.003''. Weight Tolerance: ±.5 grains.

  • Ultra-micro-diameter shafts
  • High-strength carbon fiber
  • Polished 9-micron finish
  • Factory crested
  • G-nocks installed
  • G HIT inserts included
  • 2'' Blazer Vanes
  • Straightness: ±.003''
  • Weight Tolerance: ±.5 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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Would this arrow in a 400 shaft be ok to shoot out of a bow 29'' draw, 70lbs?
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The 400 shaft is recommended for a 29" shaft, and a 70lb draw weight.
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Main body of the arrow, not including the nock or point end, made from a variety of materials.
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the shaft is from where the insert (where your broadhead goes in) to where your nock is at. When you are buying arrows or shafts the difference is arrows have the fletchings already on and shafts you have to put the fletchings or vanes on the shaft.
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