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Easton® ST® Axis® Full Metal Jacket™ N-FUSED® Arrow Shafts feature a small-diameter, thick-walled carbon core, fused to a full metal jacket for maximum penetration, spine consistency, and straightness. Photo Fusion anodized finish. Hidden Insert Technology (HIT®), internal fit X Nocks. Straightness tolerance: ±.002". Weight tolerance: ±2 grains. 12 pack.
Easton® ST® Axis® Full Metal Jacket™ N-FUSED® Arrow Shafts
Worth Every Penny
If you want to see how well these perform, test them with your current setup. Shoot one of your current arrows (with head) into a target at fifteen yards. Don't change a thing, but the shaft. Shoot into the target again with a FMJ (and the same head as before). I'll bet you'll have at least an inch or two more penetration with the FMJ. Everyone in my family has converted to these.
March 20, 2012
A top shaft got better
FMJ's were always excellent, but the new N-Fused shafts are even better than the original. Before building arrows, I measure the spine of each arrow both within a batch as well as radially around the shaft and usually end up with 2-3 groups in a dozen and with a side that's stiffer. Not with these ones, the differences are barely measurable and it shows in the way they tune and shoot right out of the fletching jig.
October 5, 2011
Every animal i have shot has been a complete pass through.
May 24, 2011
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