Gold Tip Pro Hunter Arrows
I purchased the pro hunters after a year of practice with the gt pro 400's and i was shooting awesome groups at 40 yards. I bagged my first deer of the season on the second and these pro hunters performed great i'll be buying more if and when i ever need to. oh ya the arrow hit the deer in the upper shoulder at 35 yards and the arrow is still in perfect condition. i'll be using that arrow later this season to bag me a nice buck.
October 14, 2010
Gold Tip- Simply the best
I have been a bowhunter for many years. I have bought and shot many different arrows. Some impressed me, some did not. The Gold Tips are of such high quality that I use them to correct form and tuning issues. Their performance is a given.
July 13, 2006
I HAVE ALWAYS USED THE INEXPENSIVE REDHEAD AND EASTMAN ARROWS, I BOUGHT A SET OF GOLD TIP HUNTERS, I SHATTERD OVER 1/2 OF THEM IN THE FIRST 30 MIN OF SHOOTING AT A BLOCK WITH MY SWITCHBACK BOW, EVERY TIME YOU TRY TO REMOVE AN ARROW THE INCERT COMES OUT, THE WORST ARROWS I HAVE EVER BOUGHT, THE CHEAP REDHEADS OUT LAST AND OUT PERFORM THESE HIGH $ ARROWS ANY DAY, 30 YEARS EXPERIANCE BOW HUNTING AND 1000,S OF HOURS A YEAR IN THE WOODS, SOME THINGS ARE OVER RATED AND GOLD TIPS IS ONE OF THEM, ALOT OF MONEY FOR NOTHING
December 26, 2006
Highly accurate needs heavy tip
Because of the super light weight design, I've found that for hunting, a heavy broadhead, 125g or more, has suited me well. I have shot them for deer and 3d and have never been so inpressed by an arrows accuracy. They seem to be pretty tough for there weight seeing that I've busted only two. One was Robin-hooded and the other shot into a peice of fire wood after a release malfunction. I have already bought more since the first order and until a better arrow comes along, I'm sold on the GT Pro Hunters
January 7, 2011