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    easton bloodline shafts

    anyone using the Easton bloodlines in 330? I picked 6 up to try them out and I really like how they fly. I dropped my bow down to 65 and my groups out to 70 yrds are solid.

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    I shoot the Bloodline 330's and they perform well for me, I don't like the factory cresting so that gets removed before building the arrow. The Bloodlines don't seem to be real popular though for a mid tier arrow.

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    ive shot the crap out of mine this last week and they are awesome. I was a fan of the epics but cant find them anymore, I like these better.

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    easton bloodline shafts

    I got a half doz for cheap on archerytalk after using the Axis shafts this past season. I like the regular insert better than the HIT on the axis as I busted a few at the insert. I have cracked two of them at the nock from nearly Robin Hooding them with a bareshaft while tuning my bow. She's just about dialed in! After I get my sight back from MBG I'll see how they fly down range.

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    keep us posted

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    They fly really well for me. With Terminal T-Lock or Montec CS broadheads I can only shoot 1 arrow while tuning and sighting because they group too tight under 35 yards. Three arrows in a group the size of a silver dollar and damaged broadheads and arrow shafts at 35 yards, I shoot at different spots on the target with each arrow now. Their only weakness I have found is they tend to break in half when dying elk roll on them or brush against trees with them. ;-) but then I haven't found a shaft yet without this weakness.

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    do you use the 100 or 125 heads?

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    I just put my hunting vanes on them last night with some good helical. Once my sight gets here I'm gonna see how they tune and fly with 125s vs 100s. I just got a new peep, and new d-loop cord from Lancaster so I just need my sight to get here to finish dialing in the bow! After that it's just shoot shoot shoot!

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    Your arrows are looking good! These are one of the arrows I am thinking about getting.

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    reunited and it feels so good now I can really get to shooting these arrows!

    Replaced all three pins and I paid to have two more added


 

 

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