Easton Bloodline Shafts

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Easton Bloodline Shafts -
The first high-velocity shaft with Kinetic Energy Density, which offers laser-like speed with the superior penetration of a reduced-diameter arrow. Made of carbon nanotube N-Fused fibers for ultrastrong durability and reduced vibration. High Precision inserts for improved point-to-shaft alignment, easier broadhead tuning and tack-driving accuracy. Inserts and nocks included. Per 12. Made in USA
Sizes: 330 (8.7 gpi), 400 (7.7 gpi).
Lengths: 31-1/2" (330), 31" (400).
Diameters: .285"(330), .280"(400).
Recommended Field point size: 9/32.
Small diameter, lightweight, high-performance for hunting and target. Built with high-strength, carbon nanotube N-Fused fibers, factory crested, pre-installed red H nocks. Straightness: ±.003". Weight Tolerance: ±1.0 grains.
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Easton Bloodline Shafts Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best Arrow Shafts Yet

I had been looking around for some new arrows for a while and after doing much research, I decided on the Easton Bloodline arrows and shafts. I wanted to find a tough yet not super expensive arrow to replace the generic easton carbon shafts I had been using which were not enough for my new Hoyt Carbon Element. The Easton Bloodline arrows/shafts fit that bill. After purchasing a set of six factory fletched arrows and seeing how they performed, I immediately ordered up a dozen shafts from Cabelas.com as backups. I could not be more pleased with their performance. You will not be disappointed in these arrow shafts! (tip, I ordered online and had them shipped to the store so when I picked them up, I had them cut to length)
ISpendTooMuchAtCabelas at Cabelas on 11/20/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Red on the arrow?

I haven't used these arrows, but I was just wondering why Easton would put red graphics on an arrow. After arrowing a deer, the sign that is left over is critical to how you proceed. I was very happy to see Easton and Beman to finally start using white on the last few inches of the arrow (rather than all black) so that a hunter can determine the type of hit, but using red graphics is a poor choice. I use white vanes and white nocks to get a better read on the hit on my black carbons. They should keep all other colors - especially red - out of their graphics scheme.
Ruffneck20 at Cabelas on 07/04/2013