Rated 4 out of 5áby heightman55 Easton WAS always a great arrow
I am somewhat disappointed in my purchase. Although it was a great price. I bought these arrows to replace the ones I purchased close to 20 years ago. However I have already found these to be of lesser quality than my old arrows.I have already bent 3 of them just by grouping my shoots. I never had that problem with my older arrows although I did often group all 12 withing 2 inches of eachother. I upgraded to a heavier arrow just because I increased the speed of my bow with a few minor adjustments and felt a heavier arrow was needed due to the flex of my lighter arrows as a result of the increased speed. All in all I would still stay with Easton arrows the shoot STRAIGHT.
November 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby blackwolf59 Easton 2219
I bought some Easton aluminum 2219 arrows.I had six I had bought before and I loved them.They hold up great fly beatifuly,so I started searching the net to get more.I was glad to see Dick's had them,the only place that did.So I got six more.Just to have spares.I plan on orderig more.Best thing with aluminum arrows if or when they get broken you can recycle them and get little money back.
October 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby thorin oakensheild old school
I shoot both carbon and aluminum shafts in my bows. there is obviously a noticeable difference in how close my sight pins are with carbons as opposed to aluminums, but i still like the durability of the aluminum arrows. i purchased my easton's at my local dick's and they came with the x nocks. these online one's look like the old school conventional nocks...which bring back bittersweet memories of getting good enough to ruin my nocks by shooting at the same bullseye twice, then spending hours gluing new nocks back on. ah, nostalgia.
April 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Phoneman good arrows
i sighted in my 70lb bow from dicks (Martin Monster buck) with these arrows and a whisker biscuit rest. i was hitting a pattern of 4" and had the veins touching when i pulled my arrows out of the practice bag. careful. so accurate I splattered a few knocks. I love them and all my buddies tell me to use carbons. Bleh. Ive been using aluminum for 32 years. they might bend if you hit something hard. Or split an arrow with another arrow. But hey , thats just archery. Fall is coming. I am ready with my 2219s.
August 20, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5áby Nate Disposable Arrows
Groups break up past 10 yards, bend easily, heavy and slow, spend the extra and buy carbon they'll last 3 times as long.
July 18, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5áby Reaver Tough as nails
I shoot and shoot and these babies stay straight and fly true.Great for practice shooting and hunting.
June 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5áby J marksman excellent arrows
I used these arrows pretty much from the beginning of my archery life and have used some other brands and haven't found anything that even comes close to the quality of this product.Even after a few bad shots into hard clay ground the arrows were usually still straight and not damaged apart from a few scrapes to the paint.
April 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5áby Joe Buckman Affordable arrow,great quality for price
I have tested several aluminum arrows over the years and Easton manufactures by far the best arrow for your dollar.They use quality controlled products to offer the consumer the best product for thier money.The shaft straightness is simply on point.The vanes are durable.The inserts and knocks are top quality to offer great tuning characteristics for the beginning to professional archer.
August 4, 2010