Easton® XX75 Camo Hunter Aluminum Arrows

   

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2117

12 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen

2213

9.8 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen

2216

12 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen

2314

10.7 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen

2315

11.7 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen

2413

10.4 GPI

4" Vanes

Product Color:
Camo

Quantity:
Dozen
XX75 Aluminum Hunting Arrows -- Easton guarantees uniform shaft weight to ± 1%, exact diameter tolerance ± .0003", exact spine tolerance ± .0005", and exact shaft straightness. Fletched with quality 4" PlastiFletch aluminum inserts included and plastinocks on swaged tapers. High-grade 7075 aluminum alloy shafts.

Super UNI Bushing system and Super UNI Nock provide true arrow, broadhead and nock alignment. Permanent, non-reflective 4 color camo finish. Full length with aluminum inserts. Straightness of ±.002''.

NOTE: All Easton arrows are shipped full length and must be cut with a high-speed shaft cutter.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by awsome this arrows are really good. and they are very letal January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AWSOME i had some 2117 gamegetters ang i ought a new bow and got some of these arrows, they are awsome, worth every penny, unbreakeable>>>>>> March 22, 2009
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yes you can,but depending if you are going heavier or lighter. you might over/ under spine you arrows and change your impact. i would only reccomend changing only i size on the chart. i am supposed to be shooting 2315 shafts but am shooting 2219 shafts. i am shooting a heavy arrow for the simple fact for harder hitting and kinetic energy for wild pigs. i would reccomend only buying a half a dozen arrows to see how they shoot out of your bow. some bows will only shoot best with the reccomended arrows with in the chart range.
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No, if you change the size or spine of the arrow it will shoot different.
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