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dotman

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Beman MFX 400's discontinued but i have 2 dozen so until these are gone they are it.
 

vcb

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Carbon Express for me this year. The Max hunter kv's. Just fletched them up with Blazers. They are shooting nice. I shot axis arrows for the last 3 years and just wanted to make a change. It's nice to have a slightly larger diameter shaft so I can get more offset with the blazers.
 

ridgefire

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fmj with a 125 grain snuffer ss broadhead. total arrow weight of 495 grains. great looking site, hope it really takes off.
 

cmeier117

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Easton ST Epic N-fused Carbon 340's. I am thinking of using the new 100 gr slick trick vipertricks for all my hunting this year.
 
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Ralph

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CX Max. Hunter 350's. Changed back from Aramids. Didn't see any better durability for the extra cash, but I did like the weight difference. I was going to go to FMJ's but I don't like the fact they can be bent.
 

evan williams

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For an elk set-up right now I am looking at:

Easton ACC 3-49 at 27"
4" custom wrap
Three 2.1" Fusion Vanes on a 3 degree helical
Easton G Nock
Running a RAMCAT fixed blade

Weight: 388 grains
Speed: 299 fps
KE=77

Carbon Element RKT w/ Winners Choice customs at 28" (#2 cams) at 71 #
 
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PSE Carbon Force X-Weave Black Mamba 400's, 27.25" long, 4 fletched 2" fusion vanes, 125 gr. Ramcat broadhead. This arrow setup ends up with 17% FOC and 75KE out of my PSE Omen Pro at 60#.
 

howler

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I will use CE heritages 150's with a 100 grain brass insert and a 175 grain VPA, total arrow weight 620 grains
 

ElkNut1

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Easton Axis N-Fused 340's -- I've used countless elk arrows over the years, never had a bad one yet, they all break if elk fall on them! (grin)

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larryschwartz

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Well, I'm either just old school or cheap, but I shoot Easton Gamegetter 500's (the black ones) or Easton Legacy 2016's that I cut to 31", crest and fletch, and then top with a 125 grain Snuffer.
 
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