BreakdownThe Nexxus Infinity Shaft is a micro diameter arrow built specifically for big game hunting. With an outer diameter of 4.2mm, the Infinity shaft offers increased penetration and decreased wind drift compared to a standard diameter arrow. Paired with the Defender outsert system this arrow brings unmatched durability and lethal stopping power for game of any size.
Aluminum - 50 gr
Titanium - 75 gr
250 - 11.1300 - 10350 - 8.87 400 - 8.05
250 - .252"300 - .245"340 - .238"400 - .232"
250 - .166"300 - .166"340 - .166"400 - .166"
250 - 32"300 - 32"340 - 32"400 - 31"
I really like the insert system. I didnt have issues with them coming out (I use golf club epoxy) but I dont think the are as tough as they claim. I have been getting a lot of broke nock ends. A few from stacking arrows, but 3 were completely random. Never had an issue with my Axis 5mm. So when I go through these then Im going back to the Axis.
This is a two part component system a half out and a collar. The collar threads onto the half out. However check the length of your desired broadhead and field points so far I have not found a single point/broadhead that will seat against the collar when the collar and half out are fully screwed together. As such you have to leave the collar loose and unthread the collar to meet the should of the point/broadhead. This makes spin testing nearly impossible. Backstory I bought these arrows for my wife I have personally been shooting day six for two years and just ordered her some Sirius arrows with ethics components with collars for her. I have never had any other insert/outsert system with this problem. If these increased the distance from the internal threads of the collar to the front of the collar which abuts the point they would be fine. I originally thought I got a bad batch however gohunt graciously sent me more all of which where made the same as the original ones which to me is a critical problem with these components. Points/broadheads tested for fitment include easton field points, trophy taker points, magnus broadheads, kudu broadheads, slick trick broadheads, and a grim reaper broadhead. . Good luck if you choose to use this arrow system they can be made to work but you loose structural integrity and/or broadhead and field point options in doing so. I only have experience with the titanium version. I was able to attach a few photo to illustrate the issue.
I really like these arrows but I’ve encountered several issues. I’ve now bought 3 dozen arrows total. 2 dozen 350s and a dozen 300. Standard setup is 430-475 for a 29 inch arrow. All components are great and well made. First issue- the outserts pull out. I’ve use epoxy and hot melt and cleaned the inside and everything. Tried multiple targets(bag, foam, 3D) seems that the higher quality targets that have good foam will pull them easier. Bag targets are a no go. It’s all fun and games till you lose a $3+ Outsert cause it pulled out in the foam and is lost in the target.
Second- the labels wear off. Not a functional issue but the labels on my shafts have started to wear off and scuff. No longer readable. Again these are great quality arrows.
In looking at all different set ups and arrow options I decided to go with the Nexxus 300 spline with the titanium outsert. Took a little while to get them all to spin straight(could have been my arrow cutter). All cut to 27 5/8 with the outsert system, where my normal arrow length is 28.5. Setting up my single pin sight has been a breeze as these arrows are flying wonderfully. Definitely spend the time on the front side dry fitting to line up where they are spinning the best before gluing in the outsert.
That's all I can say...Fast and quiet can't wait to fling some at some Muleys in August.
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