I've been shooting my original dozen Easton aluminum arrows for about 10 years now. I am down to about 7 shooters, 3 of which I keep for hunting purposes only. I have had to refletch a few over the years, and a few were either lost and/or broken or bent. (note - I took a few years off shooting too) So I've been thinking of switching over to carbon since I basically am at the point that it is time to buy some new ones.
What do you guys think on switching over? I assume I could head down to a place like Archer's Den or Backcountry archery and they could match up an arrow to my bow as far as specific arrow? I am shooting an old Browning compound (about 10 years old). I just replaced my sight, and am thinking of switching over to a whisker biscuit. I'd love to get a new bow, which would probably require a whole new set of arrows, but am thinking other toys are needed first.
I am thinking of buying just 1-2 arrows of different brands/weights rather than buy a whole dozen only to find out they didn't quite work that great with my bow setup.