Rated 2 out of 5áby Mr. T These are Gamegetters
These arrows are Easton Gamegetters (low grade). If you want good arrows, get the Easton XX75 arrows but expect to pay alittle more.
November 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby barnett sidewinder straight and true
nice arrows , match a much older set I have, shoot straight and well made
November 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby whitfzac Okay arrows
Flight is alright, I wouldn't use to hunt. I had two bend from practicing with a foam block. Was not sure if it was a defect or the combination of 15yd distance and a speedy bow were the issue. Fletching came off of one rather easily but the others were all good. I wouldn't recommend them because they seem cheap to me but to each their own.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby David Great arrow
Great arrow, great value. The guy in the store was very helpful, cut them to length for me. First time shooting in about 30 years, these arrows shot great and hit target first time out.
June 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby the nutorious B.I.G awsome
Great arrows they shoot straight with very xeep penetration
June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Hunter 27 Great value and quality
The arrows are excellent quality and a great value. Highly recommend the purchase to others.
May 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby Musicbydan Shoots straight, bends easily
My experience with these arrows has been OK. I wouldn't rave about them. They shoot straight, but since I don't have a target at home (I live in the city) I have to use the archery bales that the park near my house puts out. These arrows have sometimes bent on impact. I've used other arrows on the same bales and they've withstood the impact.
Granted I'm 6'3... I have a long draw and my bow is set at 70#. Still, though, these arrows shouldn't be bending. I've bent 2 of the six in my first 4 hrs of shooting them. Bummer.
Other than that they shoot straight and feel good.
April 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby Max b Easy to use, easy to break
I bought the Easton fall stalker arrows because I am kind of new at archery, i had just bought a new bow (omp adventure 2.0 recurve, which fires at 60 lbs) and they were significantly cheaper than their carbon counter parts. I bought them with pre-installed threads which i found convenient. At first they seemed great, they shot straight and seemed to hold up well to my soft target. But after a couple misses into the decently hard GA red clay, they started to bend at the end. This eventually to affected accuracy and straightness of flight. With the knowledge i have now, i would suggest to everybody to not take a chance with the cheaper arrows because you will eventually have to buy more or replace them with more durable carbon arrows (which is what i did)
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby saladino question
is this arrow proscribed for a 30lb pse razorback recurve bow?
December 19, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5áby COLTY2564 ok
i bought only 2 arrows and got the cut to my short 25 in. draw, i brought them home and shot them through my barrnett vortex (youth bow) at 38 lbs. after about 5 shots each, they both bent, but i can say it was my fault, i have a deer target and when i tried to pull them out they bent, but i do give a thumbs up because i also shoot them through a hoyt powerflex at 70 lbs and missed and nailed a tree, there was nothing wrong with the arrow, but the reason i give it three stars is because the nocks, my rest hates the flechings, and they can bend, but there the most accrute arrows ive ever shot!
November 11, 2012