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    To shoot or Not to shoot...that is the question

    So...In the process of sighting in the new Eclipse at 40 yards I flung an arrow that glanced off the top of my Block and went flying into the field behind the yard. I did not find that particular arrow but did manage to find two Carbon Express Maxima Hunter arrows I had flung at a couple crows in the tree outback. They have been laying in that field since last Sept/Oct. My question is....would you change out the nocks and shoot them or toss them in the trash? As a side note; I did flex both of them and heard no cracking noises.
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    Shoot'em!!! If you flexed and heard no creeks etc... SHOOT'EM



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    I just found two arrows that someone (?) must have somehow (?) missed "my" backyard targets with and since they matched the arrows that I shoot (???) I flexed them, no creaks and pops and shot them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkguide View Post
    I just found two arrows that someone (?) must have somehow (?) missed "my" backyard targets with and since they matched the arrows that I shoot (???) I flexed them, no creaks and pops and shot them.
    I used to have the same problem Elk! I didn't realize there was some one else so close to me that exactly the same setup as I did. LOL At least we can all get some extra use out of them and it's like finding 10 bucks on the ground! It's all good gentlemen!
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