Cabela's Carbon Hunter With 4 Aae Vanes Per 12

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Now you can enjoy all the speed, performance and strength of a top-quality carbon arrow for a price much less than many aluminum arrows. But don't be fooled by their low price. With a straightness factor of ±.006", adjustable nocks and aluminum inserts, these arrows have many of the same qualities and features as carbons costing twice as much. Five-layer carbon construction gives them the durability and strength to last you through season after season of use in the field and at the range. Arrows are fletched with 4" AAE vanes. Nocks installed and inserts loose.Made in USA. Per 12.
Sizes: 55/70 (8.4 gpi), 65/80 (9.3 gpi).
Straightness factor: ±0.006".
Vane colors may vary from what is shown.
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Excellent target shafts

I recently bought a Diamond Infinite Edge as my first compound bow. I've shot recurves off and on throughout my life, but wanted to move up to something that I could adjust down for target and up for hunting. I purchased a dozen Carbon Hunters with the 4" vanes and had them cut at the store and the inserts glued in place. I finished them off for some backyard target shooting by adding some 100 grain 3D field tips. No Robin Hoods yet, but I frequently find two or three shafts touching their full length in the target, so I know it will happen sooner or later. Honestly, I'd rather have them continue to group tight without the damage of a Robin Hood. Two inch groups are common and I'm out of practice. I haven't tried hunting with them yet, but I am confident they will serve me well. I can honestly say these are the finest arrows I've ever shot (most of my arrows have been hand-me-down aluminum). There probably are better shafts out there, but I don't have enough skill to tell the difference from these so I plan to stick with the Carbon Hunters until such time as I can justify moving up. I highly recommend these shafts, and I highly recommend the buying experience at the Tulalip Cabela's.
Mandark at Cabelas on 07/17/2013

High Quality

Great purchase! Bought them when I was learning. I have learned to shoot Left and Right handed as I am ambidextrous in many aspects and wanted to try both. Found I was equally gifted (good and bad mind you!) with both hands!
These arrows have made it through the abuses of someone learning on their own and I have had them 3 years. I just cut down 6 of them to 28 inches for my daughter who is learning in 4H. I am 100% sure they will last her for a while without breaking or lacking in performance as when they were originally bought!
I need to buy some more. Glad they are still available!!!!
AmbidextrousFool at Cabelas on 06/04/2013

Best bargin

It's not every day you can get what you pay for. In this case you get more than you pay for. I have been using these arrows for about 10 years and I have been very impressed from the first purchase. These arrows are strong and get the job done. From Rocky Mountain Elk to Mule Deer and Pronghorn they will kill them all. The best thing is they haven't changed other than the vane colors in the past 10 years making it easy to use last year’s arrows and your new purchase. I promise, for hunting you will not find a better arrow for a better price.
Medic14 at Cabelas on 01/12/2012

Good utility grade arrow

Good utility grade arrow for all around use. They are priced right. I hunt with all new arrows shot only a few times to assure flight. I use them for shorter range shooting and they work well. I shoot a higher grade arrow for longer range shooting like Caribou where everything becomes more acute due to range and adverse conditions.
gunnerhunter at Cabelas on 01/24/2011