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    Default Thinking of switching

    I recently broke the 4th pin adjusment screw on my G5 5 pin site and i had to send it back to G5 to have it fixed. This will probably result in me having to re-site in my bow. I have been shooting Easton FMJ's and i am not particulaly happy with them. I was thinking about switching arrows so here it comes:
    Easton ST Axis Nanos
    or Carbon Express Terminator?

    I have a Bowtech 82nd airborne, 70# and 29" draw, and i shoot 30" arrows. The arrow that i choose will be used for a December moose hunt here in town.

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    Need I say more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckhunter01 View Post
    Need I say more
    Thats what I was leaning towards.

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    Default Arrows

    I just bought Carbon Express Maxima 350's on Tuesday. They were about 12.50/arrow.

    I was looking at the Easton ST Axis, nanotube arrow, however I was quickly talked out of it. The reason I did not go with the Easton arrows, is it is an odd ball insert. I wanted something, without extra headache, to go from field tips to broadheads quickly. I was looking at the G5 Montec BH, but I could not do that because of the Easton insert size.

    On my new arrows, SW did not have arrows with Blazer vane, and instead got a normal vane. On the first shot with one of the arrows, the vane was ripped off. Two shots later, I lost a vane from another arrow.

    I have a WB rest, and I know Blazers do well on the WBs. I re-flecthed my arrows today with the QuickSpin, quick fletchs. It was quick and easy. Within 1 hour, I had old fletches removed, arrow cleaned and new quick fletches installed this morning.

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    On My Katera XL The rest will be Naps Quick tune ,I thought about FMJ,S but decide to Stick with Gold Tips .

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