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  1. #1
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    Easton Bloodline Arrows Review

    I just a 1/2 dozen of theses arrows yesterday and am very impressed with them. Ive been shooting them along side my easton Excels. I have gotten better penetration with these arrows and better arrow flight. The bloodlines are by far the best arrows i have shot in a while. Any other arrows you guys shoot that you were impressed by?

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    I Have a dozen of them,They are great Arrows...Grizz
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    I bought a half dozen last fall and I must say they shoot great.

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    Is the diameter the same as the Axis arrows or larger? I like that they are lighter than the axis.

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    bloodlines are nice! I love my injexions though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjmostel View Post
    Is the diameter the same as the Axis arrows or larger? I like that they are lighter than the axis.
    bloodlines are a hair larger, using the H nock instead of the X
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    Since my arrows were underspined and the guy at bass pro said something about setting me up right, I might trade my dozen Red Head arrows for half a dozen Easton Bloodlines...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaArcher View Post
    Since my arrows were underspined and the guy at bass pro said something about setting me up right, I might trade my dozen Red Head arrows for half a dozen Easton Bloodlines...
    Smart Trade...Grizz
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    just got my bow sighted in using the bloodlines and they hit much harder than my GT hunters do...definately sticking with these for this year

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    I use them and don't plan to change anytime soon
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    Easton Bloodline Arrows Review

    Used them last year and winter indoor 3d only thing I've found to complain about is that they pull hard out of new 3d targets . 9/32 field tip and h nock just a heads up the Easton lighted nocks for these are JUNK !!!
    Trying out the bloodsport ht2's another nice arrow and real fast can custom order vanes and nocks super fast shipping happy with them but bloodline was a touch more momentum and ke for only about 15 fps change

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    I love my bloodlines... They fly great..
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    Great news. Just made up a dozen to try out of my prime I ordered.
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    The 480 spine (6.8 gr/in) seem really light? Do you guys have issues with the inserts pulling out in cold weather?
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    Re: Easton Bloodline Arrows Review

    I like my FMJs but I want some BLs down the road.

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    I have a doz of Easton BL. They shoot great and hit hard, but they are not the strongest. I really.i,e them though and the wrap is awesome.

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    Been shooting these now for about 4 years. I did find they lost their spine consistency pretty early (while I do shoot a good bit) to the point that they were so inconsistent could not be used with fixed broadheads. I would estimate they were done within about 1000 releases. But, I am still shooting them - on my second batch. In good condition, they are perfect for my shooting applications.

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