Gold Tip XT Hunter Carbon Arrows

   

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5575

8.6 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Realtree APG

Quantity:
Dozen

7595

10.2 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Realtree APG

Quantity:
Dozen
These award-winning arrows continue to set the standard for straightness, consistency, and durability. Each dozen is laser-inspected for straightness and then hand-sorted, for a guaranteed weight tolerance of ±2 grains per dozen. XT Hunter arrows feature a straightness tolerance of ±.003'', and come standard with GT Series nocks and inserts fletched with 4'' vanes. Shaft length: 32''. 12 pack.

Shaft Selection Chart
Draw Wt.
Shaft Size
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27"
28"
29"
30"
31"
40-45
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great arrows! These arrows are just as good as as the Beeman ICS 340 grain, deep penatration and stays straight, very tuff to break. March 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gold Tip XT hunter I just got done working on these arrows and they cut very well for the inserts and hold them well. I have used Gold Tipfor many years, tho this is the first time I am trying the XT hunters. I have recently shot the previous dozen arrows on thios model and they are durable, fly straight and find the mark accurately. Hopefully will use on on an Oklahoma deer next month. October 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great arrow! Very good arrow. Shoot smooth and quiet. Like another person said though, the Gold Tip selection chart is not accurate. I'm shooting a Mathews Reezen at 70 lbs and started with a set of Gold Tip 5575's. It wasn't until I shot a set of 7595's that I figured out that the 5575's were much too light, causing my bow to not shoot as quiet and smooth as it should. I switched over to a set of 7595 APG Realtree's (445 grains) and my bow shoots so much better. I also had a set of Beman's that I was having problems with them splitting any time another arrow barely nicked another one. With the Gold Tips, I have never had that problem. They are rough and rugged, you won't be unhappy with them. February 15, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by spine? These arrows are not bad but Gold Tip shaft charts are not correct or up to date with todays bows. 55/75 shaft will tear left in paper 29" draw @ 70lbs to weak of a spine and forget about tuning fixed blade broadhead. 27" + arrow shooters 60-70lbs better shoot 7595 if you want consistent results. November 10, 2011
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Definitely want the 7795 spine. At that weight and draw length you'll need a pretty stiff arrow.
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The fletching is going to be how ever its put on. You can set the jig up for right or left. When I shot 4" I had a right helical.
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I would get them without fletching and then add the blazer vanes offset.
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Theyre all universal.
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You will need target tips with the 9/32 size. I use 100 grain myself.
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5/16 Diameter
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will the extra wieght hurt me that bad ? my bow is pretty fast 273 fps oh i only use 2 inch vanes and 100 grain tip
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Wont hurt one bit. Hopefully youre not shooting too far to matter. 50 yards and under you cant tell.
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it shouldn't those wraps are so light i don't think you will have a difference
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go out and practice with them and you will see, and 273 fps isn't that fast, the new bows are like 370
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I'm not a betting man but if I were I would put my money on you not seeing any difference at all.
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It really shouldn't change at all.
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