Easton® XX75® Gamegetter® Arrows offer more performance and the most accuracy for any arrow in its class. Hard-anodized, 7075-T9 aluminum alloy arrows. Full-diameter taper swage; RPS insert. Straightness of ±.003". Fletched with three 4" vanes. Dozen.
NOTE: All Easton arrows are shipped full-length and must be cut with a high-speed shaft cutter.
Bass Pro pre cut them!
The arrows themselves have been awesome. A couple have hit metal around targets and just bounced back, field point got messed up but shaft was fine. As a word of caution though bass pro shops sent me pre cut arrows, I ordered full length and was planning on getting them cut. Fortunately they were cut just right for my draw length. So either they psychic or very lucky. Be sure to measure!
September 5, 2012
I use these with my recurve and just now started using them with my compound. Although my St. Epic carbon arrows remain fairly tough and accurate, I found all carbon's just too dangerous since I forget to inspect them every time I shoot. After a few breaks mid air, i'm sold on just using aluminum. These arrows hit harder down range and actually fly a lot quieter too. I just wish they offered these with blazer vanes as the fletching does come off relatively quickly in my whisker biscuit.
September 3, 2011
Easton® XX75® Gamegetter® Arrows
"After having terrible luck with cheap carbon arrows, (split shafts, cracks, broken nocks) I decided to go with some aluminum arrows since they are so affordable and they have been used to take game for years. I was very happy with these arrows. They are very accurate, and they are very durable for target practice.
August 4, 2011
Good product for practice, haven't used in field yet.
February 17, 2011
I ordered these in the 400 weight and on the Easton website they are stock at 33 inches long. Measuring from the end of the nock to the end of the arrow with no head, mine are only 32 inches. Am I measuring right? Is the 33 inches supposed to be with the broadhead/arrowhead?
I'm thinking of getting the genesis compound bow that has a range of 15 - 20 lbs draw weight, and it comes with arrows size 1820. Are the arrows in quesetion right for this bow, and what is better 300 or 400?
They come with inserts but no tips. Generally speaking, a 100 field point should get you going.
As far as the diameter of tip, that is going to vary depending what type arrow shaft you're using. If you're not sure, just try a smaller diameter so the tip doesn't overhang the arrow shaft and try to pull out your insert everytime you retrieve your arrows.
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