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Old 11-20-2007, 06:32 PM   #1
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Default CX Terminator Lite Select arrows.

For the money, I can't think of a better carbon arrow. They have the same straightness as the CX and Maxima series, yet they sell for 30 to 40 bucks less. They are 9.1 gpi for the 6075's. Here's the specs.

TCX nocks. Straightness of ± .0025". Weight tolerance: ± 1 grain. 9.1 gpi. .300 diameter.

They sell for around $80 / dozen. Not bad compared to Maximas.

I really like these. I've been impressed with all of the Terminator Select series arrows I've used. Anybody else use these?
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Old 11-20-2007, 07:24 PM   #2
 
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Default RE: CX Terminator Lite Select arrows.

I don't use them, but I couldn't agree more! We sell a TON of those at the shop.....I didn't realize though that the straightness was the same......Wonder why the price difference....?? I'm gonna have to do some checking into that one..
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:36 PM   #3
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Default RE: CX Terminator Lite Select arrows.

I'm only talking about the Selects. The regular Terminator's have straightness of +/-.005". The Selects are +/-.0025", same as CX and Maximas.

The funny thing is the Selects are only about 10 bucks more than the regular Terminator arrows. I've seen them for around 80 bucks a dozen.

YeOldeArcheryshop.com has Terminator Select XP shafts (10.5 gpi) for $62! Those also have +/-.0025" straightness.
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Old 11-20-2007, 10:56 PM   #4
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Default RE: CX Terminator Lite Select arrows.

i shot the teminator XP selects this season...just a little heavier at 10.6gpi...

boy do i like them...super tough arrows...shoot great...and i love the weight..probably gunna buy up another dozen before they drop them...if i was CX id drop em or jack up the price...IMO they are a STEAL for a GREAT hunting arrow...the lite selects would be the same..i just wanted something a tad heavier..awesome arrows...hard pressed to find anything that compares to them for the price..
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Old 11-21-2007, 03:53 PM   #5
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Default RE: CX Terminator Lite Select arrows.

Right now I shoot Terminator Hunter Select 6075 at 12 gpi, but these are pretty heavy. I get 260 fps out of my setup, but I'd like to pick up a little more speed.

Maybe the Terminator XP Selects are the way to go. They are 10.6 gpi, so I could probably gain 10 fps by using the XP's.

Mauser - with the XP's are you shooting a 100 or 125 grain broadhead?
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