By the Doz.....guys that buy them by the half doz and that think they are steep in price usually aren't buying expensive arrows. A shop doesn't break up the arrows that really fall into the "expensive" category.
Always by the dozen. I get bare shafts w/componets and build them myself at home. I then stock up on componets, about every other month, whether i need them or not. I now have a work shop full of componets to build a wide variety of arrows. I'am very fortunate that i get a shooters discount on shafts, etc, etc. Just try to accumulate all that you need to build your own arrows and buy bare shafts and you'll save alot of money. :wink: I hope this helps. :thumb:
Last time was 3 dozen 'inferior' aluminum shafts @ $29/doz -- they were on closeout. Not complete arrows but I thought it was a great deal cause 2317s are perfect for me.
Good carbon arrows are probably quite a bit more. And my understanding is that carbon is sorted within tolerance / and grouped by the dozen. So like others said it would probably be better to buy a dozen.
That said, I have 1/2 dozen ACC 3-71 complete arrows with custom dipping and cresting that I will be selling. Two of them have been shot (but like new) -- the other 4 have not. They're cut to 30 inches with inserts installed. I'll need to list them in the classifieds but thought I would mention here too.
I just bought half dozen CX maxima hunter 250's, raw shafts and uncut for 49 dollars off of ebay. Did this twice to get a dozen. Just need to cut and fletch. Still a little cheaper than the big stores.
I purchase my arrows a dozen at a time. The shop I shoot for will sell you a single arrow if that is what you wanted. My reason for a dozen at a time I feel that they are matched up better by the dozen.
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