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    Anybody ever tried grizzlystik arrows? I got my first doz in and I think there the most kick arse arrow Ive ever used. Im shooting them with 4" quickspins and 125 grain magnus two blades. I havent got blood on them yet but hope to very soon.

    http://www.alaskabowhunting.com/Griz..._Arrows_C7.cfm

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    Haven'tgot mine bloody yet either, but I sure like them in my longbows & recurve.
    The push in nock is a new one to me....
    Vance in AK.

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    Im shooting them in compounds. They were recommended to me initially for my daughter who is shooting a 45lb bow to get more weight in her arrows and get her energy up for hunting blackies. There really heavy for carbons. I bought her the sitka's. Once we got them in and started shooting, I liked them so much that I bought the Alaskan shafts for me. That tapered design really intrigued me. There the best looking arrows Ive seen yet. darn but there pricey! Ive noticed a big difference in penetration so far even with the field points. I almost cant get them out of the target sometimes. So far tuning hasnt been a problem, they seem to stabilize quick. Only problem is that my daughter shoots them so good that we had to stop shooting for groups, she keeps ripping the fletching off I was running out of vanes and glue fixing her arrows.

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    They are the toughest, best flying arrows I have ever shot.... they are also priced absurdly high

    The Alaskans fly great for me out of a 60 lb. recurve.

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    i am using the sitkas they fly great my buddy used them this week on a blackies he hit a little bad ie in top of the shoulder the arrow was using 125 grain slick tricks it went through the shoulder and chest and pinned him to a tree the bear started getting free and broke the arrow he went 50 yards i am impressed with the arrows.

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    Pinned him to a tree,,,,,now that would be cool to see in action. I just got my new alaskans in yesterday. Hope they shoot as good as the sitka's.

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