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Old 11-15-2007, 03:46 PM   #1
 
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Default Easton ST Epic Arrows

Does anyone have or triedEaston ST Epic Arrows if you have what do you think of them?..thanks
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Old 11-15-2007, 03:54 PM   #2
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I shot them last year and would still be shooting them this year but my choice of going to tracer nocks made me change. To answer your question though, they are a great arrow, slim design, hard hitting, and fly very well. I know mine took hundreds upon hundreds of shots through them, and are great!!!!

If I can get the tracer nocks for them at a decent price I will be switching back to them. I actually have one in my quiver right now with a regular tip in it because it shoots just like my beman ICS's for the occasional squirrel shot.
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Old 11-16-2007, 08:36 AM   #3
 
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I shoot them out of my Drenalin and they fly well. I shoot 30" 340's at 10.2 gpi with 100gr Montec and 4" vanes at 70 lbs. Last deer I shot had the arrow keep going out the other side at a high rate of speed. They penetrate well and steer very little in a cross wind. My only gripe is that the can be hard to remove form a target
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I think im deff going with them, for next year but im stuck betweenthe 400s or the 340s 70lbs 29draw
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thanks. has anyone else tryed them??
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shoot 28 1/2 400's....no complaint
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@29" & 70# I would go with the 340 I love the ST epics I shoot the 400 but I am shooting 65# with a 28" draw and my arrows are 27" with a 100gr head they are deadly , Can't go wrong get the Epics
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I've got some Epics, seem to fly great and be pretty durable. I haven't put broadheads on yet though.
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Old 07-03-2008, 11:07 AM   #9
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I shoot 31" 340's out of a Bowtech Tomkat at 66lbs, 2" Blazers and Limb Driver rest. I got lucky once (I thought) and picked up a dozen Epic 300's and a dozen PSE Carbon Force 400's dirt cheap (Both one step up in stiffnes from the Epic 340). Neither of these flew better than the 340 Epics. So much for the "stiffer is better" theory, both stiffer spined arrows consistently flew left. For the money, the ST Epic is a great arrow. 340's should be perfect for you.
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Old 07-03-2008, 11:34 AM   #10
 
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im going this weekend to pick some up..im so excided to finally get rid of those $140 CX Max Hunters
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