Easton XX75 Gamegetter Arrows
I have been using these for over 15 years. Same arrows, just re-vane or re-fletch every few years (I use both). I shoot a 55# Recurve, 62# Hoyt (both over 15 years old) and now a Diamond, Rock 2.0 set @ 70# using 300 Carbons. Just got the Rock and my accuracy is still better with the Old bows and Aluminum Arrows. Over the years, two have bent, one was split from the Nock down and two were sliced by Broadheads. These Old Bows and Aluminum Arrows have take many a Deer and I don't plan on Retiring them anytime soon. After 10,000's of shots, they still do the job of flying straight and true. If you are undecided or new to archery, try them, and I believe you will like them too.
May 18, 2010
New Easton XX75
For the Archer who is cost conscious this is a great product for you. The arrow is durable and finish loss is not an issue. My only concern in the product is Why would Easton change their numbering on the shaft size. If you can get past that you will love the new product.
September 13, 2007
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. I can't find a very significant advantage for carbons over these aluminum shafts. If you look at the specs for the shafts, aluminum arrows are much more consistant than carbon arrows, especially considering the price. These are great arrows for hunting. I shot a 150lb hog with one of these arrows using a 125gr Wasp broadhead. It was a very close shot, probably only a few yards away, and I put the shot between his shoulder blades and he dropped 20 yards away. Thanks for reading, another satisfied Easton customer.
September 1, 2009
Old & Faithful
I have been shooting since I was 11. Got my 1st compound bow at 12. I'm 35 now. Been shooting Easton XX75 2117's since that 1st compound. NOTHING ever to complain about. Strong, dependable, & reliable. (Don't try to fix it if it ain't broken)...
October 4, 2013