they still make aluminum arrows?
they still make aluminum arrows?
2010 Hoyt Carbon Matrix, 2005 Hoyt Ultratec.
I gave up on carbons and went back to aluminums years ago and have never regretted it. There are plenty of light weight offerrings. I use 2213's,3-4" feathers and an 85 gr BH and have a total arrow weight of 396 and it gets the job done and I have plenty of speed and a quiet rig.
Pick a spot, a small spot!
2314s 26", 5" vanes and a 130gr Muzzy. Killed a lot of animals with this comb.
Usually, if you say your bending arrows pulling them out of a target your not pulling them straight out-kinda pullin up but then, unless it's a very low grade aluminum, can't understand bending them. I've shot a TON of tournys in my day & aluminums always group better "for me' than carbons.
sure, why not? they work just fine
I use them. A/C/C's.
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I started with Gold Tips carbons because that's what the pro shop sold me when I got my first bow. Next I added Cabela's Stalker Extremes into my quiver.
Then last year I gave 2117s a try. LOVE THEM!
I'm not saying that I'll never use carbons again, but I love the consistency, the silence, the price, and the weight (momentum) of my aluminums.
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i love 2413's. that said i think accs and fmjs are two of the finest, most consistant hunting arrows made. Another thing i dont think anyone has mentioned is the thin outside diameter of a carbon arrow will really benefit guys who shoot past thirty yards as there is a big difference in wind drift between carbon and larger diameter arrows
I shoot a xx78 2413 29" and a 125gr. broadhead at 65lbs. and have shot carbons from the same bow with equal results. Stuck with aluminum because I don't see the need in spending the extra money on the carbons.
Shoot the XX78s. The extra money is well worth it. They are very durable.
I shot a 27" XX78 2213 through a deer and down into the ground last November. That was off of a 74# Hoyt AM35. I refletched the arrow and put new blades in the head and back into the quiver.
Former occasional compound shooter, but it is now gone.
Trying to get down to just one bow.
Shoot as much weight as you can with accuracy.
I shot three deer last fall with 27" XX75 2213's out my 63# Hoyt Trykon. I used one arrow and the resharpened broadhead to kill two of those deer.
I switched back last year after I determined that I had probably about 50%-60% pass-thrus with 27" CX-300's (370 grains), yet 95% pass-thrus with those XX75 2213's (415 grains).
At this point in time I have no plans on ever "switching back" to carbons.
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2011 PSE X-Force Dream Season Evo in black/camo; AAE DOA drop-away rest; HHA OL-5019 sight; 1/4" Red Eye Peep; Saturday Night Special release; XFire strings; 10" B-Stinger Sport Hunter Extreme front stabilizer/4" Axion sidebar; 27" Easton XX78 2314's with NAP Twisters and wraps; 100 grain Rocky Mountain Revolutions
Shot a lot of 2117s. Using FMJ's now.
Fmj... Best of both worlds!
Ps- heavy is a good thing homie
'15 G5 Prime Ion - Easton FMJ .340 - QAD HDX - Copper John Mark 3 - Grim Reaper Fatal Steel - ~500 Grains at ~278 FPS
'16 G5 Prime Rize - Easton FMJ .340 - QAD MXT - Axcel ArmorTech HD - Grim Reaper Fatal Steel - ~500 grains at TBD FPS
Old thread here, but I switched back recently. XX78 2315's are deadly accurate for me.
2013 LH BOWTECH EXPERIENCE 61.26 LBS 29.5"
2008 LH BOWTECH GENERAL 58.9 LBS 29.5"
LH SAMICK JOURNEY RECURVE 43 LBS
Like said above, FMJ best of both worlds.
You can do more with a kind word AND a gun than with just a kind word.
I love aluminum so much that it's wrapped around all my carbon arrows, FMJs for me
Elite Impulse 34
You can't that info is NOT correct. A 2314 shaft alone @ 28 inches is 298 grains. That is without inserts (both ends) nock, vanes or feathers, or point. You will not get a 2314 under 450 grains for a finished arrow ready to shoot for most archers. My 28's are about 475 grains.....with 100 grain tips.
PS a 2010 thread that keeps on giving.
(Compound Traditionalist…and inconspicuous Old Timer)
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Aluminum it's NOT just for college baseball