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Old 10-11-2020, 01:47 AM
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Phil from Maine
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I really cannot say that I can agree with everyone saying that carbon arrows are stronger. In fact after last evening I will disagree.. I shot a large doe last evening and my carbon arrow broke up for some reason. It broke in three places upon hitting a large doe. The fletching flew over the top of the deer making me think it was a miss. But after a closer observation I found the shaft to the arrow laying in front of where the deer was standing covered in blood. That created a terrible time tracking her. The broadhead never went in as deep as it should of. This should have been a blow threw but was not.. I was very disappointed with that arrow and maybe it was a defective arrow I donít know. But I have never had an aluminum arrow break up on impact..

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