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  1. F.I.T.A. Classified
    I am Selling 6 Easton X10 550 Shafts 5 Cut(27½) and 1 Cut(26½) for 100$ Shipping is included to the lower 48 The length of 5 Cut(27½) and 1 Cut(26½) inches is measured from one end of the shaft to the other Arrows did not meet my tuning needs Each Arrow has been shot less then 2 times per shaft.
  2. F.I.T.A. Classified
    Easton X10 500 Shafts 1Dozen I am Selling 1 Dozen Easton X10 500 Shafts that are Cut to 27.50 inches for 250$ Shipping is included to the lower 48 The length 27.50 inches is measured from one end of the shaft to the other Arrows did not meet my tuning needs Each Arrow has been shot less then 5...
  3. Accessories and General Hunting Items
    QAD SOG knife new in package. 30 tyd.
  4. Arrows & Strings
    High speed, fiber blades. I assume I'll have to build a jig for a square cut. Myself & my daughters, 13,15 & 17, are new to archery. I want to be able to buy cheap carbon arrows & tune them myself as our needs will surely change. I've learned a lot here about spines, etc, I'm trying to figure...
  5. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Normally I would wait to do some hinging until late winter/ early spring but I have next weekend available and with no snow cover I was thinking about getting started early this year. Will I still have decent regrowth if I cut now instead of late winter? This is in SW WI.
  6. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Has anyone or does any still use broadheads from this company? http://americanbroadhead.com/index.shtml How are they?
  7. Treestands, Blind, and Accessories
    Rhino cut and run ground blind with talkin sticks slate turkey call. New in box. $50 and you can come get it or $65 puts it on your front steps! E-mail caleb at [email protected] or call/text 405- four two zero - seven seven 84
  8. Accessories and General Hunting Items
    FS: NEW Rhino® Cut & Run Ground Blind BRAND NEW NEVER OPENED!! $65 TYD
  9. DIY Equipment
    I recently bought a dozen arrows for my new recurve online and wanted to shoot it ASAP. Here is a trick I learned on a non-archery project. Step one: Wrap painter's tape around where you're going to cut, and mark on the tape what your length is. The tape prevents the carbon from splintering...
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