Well I bought a 1/2 dozen for hunting season as Gold Tip ...
All I can say is they kill deer nicely and if you were shooting Hunter XT's you dont have change anything cause they are the same specs. I tried em cause of budget and store out of GT. I like em and nice on the wallet.
Yeah I bought a dozen shafts and wrapped them and fletched them with neon green and neon orange blazers. I have missed a doe, had a pass through on a doe and double lunged a possum since I bought them. I did this with the same arrow as kind of an accelerated durability test. I really like them and will be buying more. They are about 20 grains heavier than the CX300s I was shooting but so far they seem more durable, plus they are somewhere around half the price.
I've been shooting Vapor 4000's for a few years now and I've had decent luck with them...1st dozen I tried I busted almost all of them out on the nock end shooting 3-D...2nd dozen we added Easton Acc uni-bushings & G-Nocks and I havent split one out since then....All in all they are a pretty tough arrow, their straightness aint the best in the world & sometimes the spine is a little off...Out of a dozen I normally get a couple fliers I cant do anything with. This is my last dozen though, I think I might switch to Carbon Force Radial X-Weave Pro's from now on....They seem super tough and the spine & straightness is great on them.
I've been shooting Vapor 4000's also . I should be shooting the 3000's as by bow is only set at 70# pull. The 4000's are heavier but they work for me so I would hate to change .
I ofter wonder why I shoot a camo arrow that would be hard to find . The only store I have seen the BHV's in is Dicks Sporting Goods . :???:
I have shot them for a while now,and when I bought my 334 in Feb my shop gave me a great deal on 2 dozen. So I guess I will keep shooting them. I really have no complaints,they are a very tough arrow,as said sometimes a few fliers in a dozen. Even if I would not have gotten the deal on them I would keep shooting them as they have always preformed well.
I really like them. Bought another dozen shafts a couple of weeks ago. Havn't busted one yet!!! The CX 300s I was shooting where not very tough and where over $100 a dozen. I'm getting Vapor shafts for anywhere between $45-$55 a dozen.
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