- Micro-diameter construction has less wind resistance and increased penetration
- Defender outsert system provides increased durability and penetration
- All carbon construction offers incredible strength for even the largest game
- Pre-installed nocks
- Pre-Fletched with 3 x 2" Rapt X Vanes & 2 degree helical for maximum accuracy and broadhead control
- Includes Aluminum DEFENDER outserts
Micro diameter meets massive durability, 6 x fletched arrow shafts. 4.2mm/.166 ID micro diameter shafts coupled with the DEFENDER outsert system, provide increased penetration and unmatched durability for your arrow setup. The Micro diameter, 4.2mm(ID) shaft has less wind drift in flight, resulting in improved accuracy compared to standard diameter shafts. Pre-fletched with nocks outserts included.
|Inner Diameter||250 - 4.2mm
300 - 4.2mm
350 - 4.2mm
400 - 4.2mm
|Outer Diameter||250 - 6.41mm
300 - 6.24mm
350 - 6.07mm
400 - 5.9mm
|Grains Per Inch||250 - 11.1
300 - 10.0
350 - 8.87
400 - 8.05
I purchased these arrows after tumbling down the Heavy weight arrow rabbit hole. I shoot a 70lb bow at 29.5 in Draw length so I ordered the 250 spine. First of all these arrows were very simple to tune. I opted to install the titanium insert/ouserts instead of the aluminums and total arrow weight fluctuates from 620 grains to 625 being the heaviest with 200 grain broadheads. Without being match grade these are pretty close. I bare shaft tuned one of the arrows to get my bow set up with them. Then the other 5 with just some minor nock tuning were flying like darts. I am super impressed with these and will be buying them again
I finally decided to try out this heavy arrow concept after having two non-pass throughs last year. I decided on these as my arrow due to the micro diameter and 10 grains per inch. I got these setup with 125 grain Ozcut Elite 2 blades for a total of 500 grains total arrow weight and 15% FOC. These things fly amazing and I can already tell a difference in penetration/momentum potential. I shot the exact same deer target I always have with my other arrow setup and the first shot blew through the target, split a fence picket behind it and stuck out 3 inches. I have to pry it out with a nailbar. I'm drilling the 10 ring at 50 yards consistently at the range today. Slapped on the Ozcuts to see if they are flying different than field points and no, they are grouping within inches. I'm very pleased.
After only a few weeks of shooting these I can tell they'll be superior in the field.