Holy injexions!!

evan williams

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Got my new Injexions built and tune last night and dialed in this morning out to 100 yds. I can't believe the way they were shooting and in a 25-30 mph wind no less!!!

I have found my new hunting arrows and field arrows!!! Ramcat Deep 6's shipped today so I am ready to go!!!

Anyone know of any landowner vouchers for archery mule deer in CO PLEASE let me know!!!
 

jamaro

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I did a video blog on them a few weeks ago.. These guys are on to something...
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No Ill be using the Thunderhead Edge with mine. Wasn't to impressed with the Big Nasty's design.
 

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Like mine so far. Having some contact issues with my Ripcord, but once I straigten that out I should be good to go. What quiver are you guys using with these? I have a couple year old Trophy Ridge 6 Shooter and the Injexions slide right out of it.
 

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Looking for update on these arrows.. Anyone get some kills with these things? What broad head did you use? Any particular fetching/vanes over another?
 

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I know quite a few guys used them this season. I'd like to hear what they think about them since I'm also interested in getting some for next season!
 
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2.1" Fusion guys and I was running the Hoyt Pro Series 4 arrow quiver. I ran Ramcats. check out the Mule deer section photo contest blog for my mule deer from CO over there.
 

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I'm sure he's got helical on them. My shop guy had them with quite a lot of helical. He said they were to fragile and broken easily when he'd miss the target in a rocky area. I'm pretty sure there's not to many arrows that'll survive hitting rocks out of the new bows.
 
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I used the Bohning Helix jig at a 3 degree helical. Their is so much helical on that small shaft I had to additionally hold the fronts and backs of the vanes down gets almost to 4 degrees :) Those things are fixed blade head shooting machines!!!! I was consistently shooting 3" groups at 100 yds (field point AND broadheads) and a number of times I was shooting 1" 3 arrow groups.

Ran them at 80 in a 35 mph cross-wind and shot a 3/4" group and took of 2 vanes. I won't be using any other shaft for quite some time personally!
 

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I'm sure he's got helical on them. My shop guy had them with quite a lot of helical. He said they were to fragile and broken easily when he'd miss the target in a rocky area. I'm pretty sure there's not to many arrows that'll survive hitting rocks out of the new bows.
The Injexions are one of the toughest all carbon shafts I have shot. And they fly a broadhead like no ones business. Hopefully the price will come down on them in the future. I will bet you will start seeing more of this style of shaft being the norm.
 
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