Based on a lot of the feed back on here every arrow is junk. I don't think I have seen any brand or model escape completely. Always some post about arrows not straight, break easily. Even the top arrows. Four guys will be bragging on some arrow, then someone comes on and says he had to discard three out of a dozen because they were crooked, or weighed 10 grains difference. And so many of them break just shooting them into regular targets. And they can't retain their straightness. They go crooked.Cuz they're junk
First thing that came to my mind as well. I’ve never seen any other arrow stick like they do.People were running out of them because you can't pull them out of the target
If I'm ever on a course with somebody that has a quiver full of them, I always volunteer to be the score keeper that round.First thing that came to my mind as well. I’ve never seen any other arrow stick like they do.
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Axis isn’t much better. Looking forward to getting my TKO builds going..People were running out of them because you can't pull them out of the target
Yep When Companies get bought they drop many Products since Feradyne bought Apple Archery their Arrow Saw is no longer Available, The same for Big Dog Tree Stands also bought and now Big Dog Parts and Such no longer available. Big Dog was popular and sold at Menards a while back among other Big Box Stores and then Menards stopped selling them and then they just about Disappeared They offered replace Ratchet Straps for their Stands as well as misc Nuts and Bolts if you need them no longer available. Guess they lost out to Other Tree Stand makers. Also They Own Covert Trail Cameras which was big back in 2012 they lost their Popularity (too much hype by pro staffers and they slowly also disappeared) This seems to happen more these days. Others have like Beman. Carolina Archery Products were bought by Esclade Sports which also owns Bear Archery & Trophy Ridge some get out when the price is right or lose popularity. Look at Feradyne they own many of these Archery Companies these days you might be surprised!Feradyne Outdoors bought them & must have shelfed them.
Man, you nailed that to a T!!! I shot Easton Axis for years and during the winter of 2022, decided to try the Easton Hexx 330 shafts with some front end weighting to play with FOC. I had been reading for a few years about the quality and satisfaction of Hexx shooters, so I bought a half dozen with 50gr brass inserts to test out a year ago Feb. They shot great indoors and also with a BH as the spring weather warmed up doing outdoor testing. Only issue I had was learning they had been discontinued by Easton for the Sonic model (which did not have the same .001 tolerances).I will recommend an arrow occasionally that I have used for years, shot thousands and thousands of times. Killed some pretty tough game with. Never had one that did not spin perfect, and weights were within a grain or so. And someone will reply " I had some of those, I broke four of the dozen just shooting targets. They had a big weight variance and had to cut them off a bunch just to get them to spin close to straight, I think the spine was off too. Just junk....I am like, huh?