Easton Bloodline Arrows

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Kinetic Energy Density makes Bloodline the first high-velocity arrow with the penetration of a reduced-diameter shaft. They offer the best of both worlds – high-speed velocity and deep penetration. High Precision Inserts for improved point-to-shaft alignment and improved accuracy. Super-strong carbon-composite nanotube N-Fused fibers reduce vibration and deliver rigid, long-lasting durability. H-Series Low-Profile Diameter offers 10% more Kinetic Energy Density than standard-diameter carbon arrows. Arrows come complete with installed red H nocks, Blazer vane and HP inserts. Inserts and nocks included. Per 6. Made in USA.
Sizes: 330 (8.7 gpi), 400 (7.7 gpi).
Lengths: 32’’ (340), 31-1/2’’ (400), 31’’ (500).
Straightness factor: ± 0.004.
Weight tolerance: ± 0.5 grains.
Diameter: .267’’ (340), .264’’ (400), .257’’ (500).
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Easton Bloodline Arrows Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

No complaints

I used these arrows for the 2013 hunting deer in the NW. I shot two blacktail deer. One at 30 yards with a pass through directly behind the shoulder. I found the arrow five yards in back of the deer in dirt. no issue with the arrow. I shot a second deer at 50 yards; however, I hit the front shoulder. The arrow did go through the deer, but stayed in her. The deer removed the arrow after 50 years and the deer was found dead in about 200 yards from where I shot. No issue with the arrows, they worked well. I don't think any arrow on the market today would not break after going through a front shoulder of a deer. I would buy again.
boukie at Cabelas on 12/04/2013

The right choice

I have done a lot of research on arrows and have had everything from cabelas stalker extreme to carbon express maxima's and by far the Easton blood line arrows have held up to my expectations, the low profile and faster arrow leads up to a vital crushing weapon and even fly a 125 thunder head perfect out to 60 yards or 100 T3 chunk. Overall this arrow is the way to go when it comes to todays technology
wilddeerdead at Cabelas on 09/08/2013

Best arrow for the money!

I had ALL kill shots from 20 yards w/the Bloodline arrows, about 100+/-
zeroDeerLastYear at Cabelas on 08/18/2013

Negative Reviews:


I purchased a half dozen for the 2012 Archery Deer Season. I have always shot Easton and I bought these to give them a whirl. I started off the season by having one snap on a clean pass through on a doe, which I realize may have been caused by many factors. The second arrow; however, broke because it was caught on a tiny limb on my walk out and it snapped with very minimal pressure. I have no complaints about the flight of the arrows but I noticed that after a month of target shooting the wraps and fletchings deteriorate rapidly. When I contacted Easton they were very unwilling to help me with my situation.Shoot the Cabela's arrow it's inexpensive and they seem much more durable than the Bloodlines.
GobblerDown11 at Cabelas on 08/28/2013