Rated 2 out of 5áby jen arrows
Good arrows. Worked out fine just had to get new ones because they were cut to the wrong length
October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby thunderhead125 Good arrows reasonable price
Have been using aluminum Easton 2117's for over 30 yrs. Much cheaper than carbon and safer to shoot.You might bend em but they"ll never blow up in your face. Thought about switching to FMJ's but a deer doesn't care if he gets hit with a $10+ or a $5 arrow. Shot placement is most important.
The Dick's I went to cut them to size and put in inserts in minutes.
October 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Jynx Great for the price
Just picked up a 6 pack of these little gems today and took them to the local range. So far they're holding up extremely well, as in I hit the concrete retaining wall that surrounds the broad head pit with one of them and it's still straight. Paired with 125 grain field tips and my 50# horse bow (shaft length 30") I'm consistently hitting a 5" group at 25 yards and penetrating 14-16" into the target
Bottom line for $ 24.99 (20% less if you have your score card) you can't beat them with a stick.
October 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby jarod descent
I am new to bow hunting but i can say that the arrows are holding up. th fletching peel back if you hit the ground or go through ur target. nothing super glue cant fix
They are good arrows from what i can tell. and they r straight.
August 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby annoyed whats a recurve?
I can see in the photo the nock is not for a traditional bow!
I dont think they would know a recurve from a fishing pole. Their recurve section is a link to a youth COMPOUND bow, and they have RECURVES in the bowfishing section... I was hoping to find a 6 pack of 2117 since i still have six left from my last dozen in subdued fletching -I dont want to lose those in the brush on 3d shoots, I want a 6 pack with bright target fletching, but no luck... custom arrows by the dozen only
June 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby NYHUNTER121 AS GOOD AS ARROWS GET!
I have been using Easton aluminum Game Getters afield since October 1979 and model 2117, specifically, since October 1984. They have proven to be the finest product available both in the back yard during practice and in the wilderness while hunting big game in upstate New York mountain country and on the relatively flat lands found on eastern Long Island. I have taken many deer and one black bear using these arrows and have found their flight always true and their manufacturing process to be perfectly "on target". I thoroughly recommend their purchase to anyone at any stage of hunting development. I come from a Easton Game Getter hunting family consisting of myself, my older brother, my three sons and two of my nephews. We all use these arrows in our compound bows and have for two generations....
February 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5áby mad in OC Cali bad arrows for long or recurves
I bought them for my daughter for x-mas, when she went to go shoot she couldn't, the nocks are miss aligned. they will work for compound bows with those funky round brush rests but forget using them on traditional bows. Since my daughter is just learning and will break or loose most of them in no time. I will be buying from another source that has the inexpensive ones till she gets better. And before you suggest using the jr wood ones my draw is over 36 inches and she is closing on me fast, she is almost 6' and still in high school.
January 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby j jackson very durable
i got into archery about a year ago i did not know much and got a 30 year old bow and some of these arrows with it as i advanced i switched to carbon for serious hunting and fine tuning my bow but i use these for practice and some hunting in witch there are chances i could break my carbon arrows these have withstood everything i had to throw at them and i will gladly buy them once my others break
January 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby bull quality products sketchy pricing
All the products I purchased have worked flawless. However trying to find prices in there was a nightmare nothing in the archery section was in the right place a whole assortment of target tips had been stocked on the broad head rack so I spent 20 minutes finding correct prices for them also arrow package packs were littered up and down the isle had to read product numbers then walk down the isle reading each one till I found coinciding sku. I really enjoy shopping at Dicks for all my outdoor needs but archery department Not so much.
January 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Mike the Hunter Great performance for the price.
Archers prefer less Bang for their Bucks. Easton Stalker arrows are quick, quiet and consistent. Aluminum may be old fashioned but they never explode in your face 3 miles from your car. I may be showing my age but a little slower can be a lot safer.
October 19, 2012