Easton XX75 Gamegetter Arrows

   

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340

11.7 GPI

4" Vanes

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Black

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Dozen
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400

12 GPI

4" Vanes

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Black

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500

10.6 GPI

4" Vanes

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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.

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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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
Cool arrows I buy these for me and my 14 yr. son. These arrows are very durable,accurate and inexpensive. Great for hunting,or target shooting. Use these and only these and save money. Never a problem with these. Easy to size up [cut] with my 8000 r.p.m. Weston arrow cutter,and get hundreds of practice shots with each arrow. I shoot a 70 lb. bow,my son shoots a 50 lb. bow and these thing fly fast and straight with both. October 23, 2012
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
Great Arrow 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
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used to use aluminum and enjoy not taking out a second mortgage if one breaks or if my target moves and my perfectly shot arrow fails to compensate.
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The spline depends on your draw length and draw weight, Since your draw weight is 80 lbs all you need to know is your draw length, If you have a 27" draw length you will need a 400 spline arrow if you have a 28" draw length or longer you will need the 340 spline arrow.
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You can go that route but I would recommend the Bass Pro X3's first. I have shot them and they are really Goldtip arrows that have been spine tested. They are great arrows for the money if that is why you want the XX75's. They fly straight. The X5's aren't bad either for just shooting at small game or even shooting at deer within 40 yds.
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SKU 1379672 the 400.
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I recently bought Easton gamegetter arrows but i don't know which points are the appropriate for the arrow.
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The 340 and 300 size will take a 11/32 size point and the 500 and 400 will take a 5/16 point.
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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?
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I measure from the point the nock touches the arrow shaft to the end of the arrow shaft, and these arrow fit me fine [29 in. draw.] I use the 400's and 340's.
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5/16's work well for me. The rest were just too small or too large.
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point size 5/16
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340 size 2315 shaft weight (grain per inch) 11.7 point size 11/32
400 size 2117 shaft weight 12.0 point size 5/16
500 size 2016 shaft weight 10.6 point size 5/16
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I've shot a 400 out of a 60lb bow. Its a little slow, but they fly really straight and pack a punch.
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Yes, the Retail Stores will cut them. For prices, please call the stores. Store Locations: www.basspro.com/stores.
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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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