Feather Fletched Easton XX75 Jazz Aluminum Arrows 6-pack 30 1916
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- Trueflight Feather Fletched Easton XX75 Arrows 6-pack
- Trueflight parabolic feathers with right-wing helical offset
- Screw-in Steel Tips(style vary. please see photos) and Replaceble Plastic Nocks
- Appropriate For Archers 3 Years Old and Up
- Good For 15lb to 50lb Bow Weights
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These are durable, Easton, XX75, quality aluminum, matched target arrows. They are sold as a set of six. Shaft colors may vary. Feather colors may vary(most often they are 2 fluorescent yellow and 1 white), but will be matched in sets of six. The arrows come feather fletched with a right helical to spin the shaft in flight. The feather length is 3". All arrows are cut to length with an aluminum insert installed with a 100gr screw in point(point styles vary depending on suppliers. (any point style we provide are appropriate for target shooting and will shoot identical to each other). Please see image of sizing chart above.
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The aluminum body on these arrows aren't very strong, so if you hit anything besides a soft target, they will bend rendering them useless for further practice. This is likely typical for practice arrows, but this set seems a little pricey (higher than the first time around) considering everything, thus the 4 star rating rather than 5.
UPDATE July, 2013: The arrows I bought were Easton "Blues" not something called "Jazz". Having said that, the XX75 series and the 1875 spine number indicates that they are of the same manufacturing process/quality so the review is probably still good. Further, I have been using Easton products for two and a half years now and I have faith that anything they put on the market is a quality product. You still should go to the Easton web site to make sure you are buying the right spine and length before ordering. OH yes, there are products on the market to take care of the loose point problem that does no involve using a vise and a pair of pliers. And as far as the fetching issue is concerned, learning how to replace worn or torn fletching is not that hard and worth the effort. All but one of my Eastons are still in service, and the broken one was my fault.
I think you will find these arrows suit your needs. A decent quality arrow at a decent price. Good middle of the road arrow for practice.