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The crossbow bolts are also 19.98 per 6. While not the best price I've seen this is a great price if you cut your own arrows or use full length shafts.
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They go down to this price every once in a while, definitely a great deal. Can't find better arrows anywhere near this price.
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Are these Decent enough quality to gift to an avid archer?
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Are these Decent enough quality to gift to an avid archer?
I think so. Depends on how target-focused they are, but I think these are great quality. Only tough part may be selecting the right spine - you need to know draw length and draw weight to really get this right. You can find tables online that help make this easy if you have those figures.
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They go down to this price every once in a while, definitely a great deal. Can't find better arrows anywhere near this price.
Actually amazon regularly sells 12 bare shaft victory arrows uncut with inserts for $20-35 , I think I have well over 40 dozen just sitting in my garage. The price drops at random so I keep them in my cart and buy when the price dips. Just a cool thing to look for another tip is to search 72 arrow packs and watch those prices as well. I've scored several 1000 and 2000 wooden bare shaft premium spined shafts from Amazon as well for $200 per 1000 shafts. Just a couple of tips for you if your into getting great deals for archery stuff
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Actually amazon regularly sells 12 bare shaft victory arrows uncut with inserts for $20-35 , I think I have well over 40 dozen just sitting in my garage. The price drops at random so I keep them in my cart and buy when the price dips. Just a cool thing to look for another tip is to search 72 arrow packs and watch those prices as well. I've scored several 1000 and 2000 wooden bare shaft premium spined shafts from Amazon as well for $200 per 1000 shafts. Just a couple of tips for you if your into getting great deals for archery stuff
Those are great deals! My brother is actually the archer in the family, but he's been looking for some more arrows so I'll keep an eye out. Thanks for letting me know!
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Are these Decent enough quality to gift to an avid archer?
Absolutely, I would however make sure they can use one of the three spines in the sell and also see if they can shoot a 31in arrow or if they need something shorter. If the inserts are pre glued in which they most likely are, if they need like say a 2in cut these will be a bit of a hassle to remove and cut but very do able. Just will require more money at a local shop or if your local dicks has in shop and cuts arrows
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I am new to archery. For a 35lb recurve what spine would you guys recommend. Searched on the internet but it's short on specifics. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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I am new to archery. For a 35lb recurve what spine would you guys recommend. Searched on the internet but it's short on specifics. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
archerytalk.com would be the best place to go with all your questions.
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I am new to archery. For a 35lb recurve what spine would you guys recommend. Searched on the internet but it's short on specifics. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
All depends on your draw length. Check out a spine chart. Link to gold tip recurve below

https://www.goldtip.com/GoldTip/media/Gold-Tip-Media/Calculators/RecurveChart.png
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Are these Decent enough quality to gift to an avid archer?
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I think so. Depends on how target-focused they are, but I think these are great quality. Only tough part may be selecting the right spine - you need to know draw length and draw weight to really get this right. You can find tables online that help make this easy if you have those figures.

I'm going to disagree. The spine straightness is a .006. That makes these arrows decent. It's still a solid deal. Just isn't a gift that I'd get for an avid archer. The best thing to get for avid anyone is a gift card for their hobby.
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I'm going to disagree. The spine straightness is a .006. That makes these arrows decent. It's still a solid deal. Just isn't a gift that I'd get for an avid archer. The best thing to get for avid anyone is a gift card for their hobby.
Agree with your sentiment. For anyone who is mildly invested into any hobby, they'll more than likely be very particular in their equipment.
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Are these Decent enough quality to gift to an avid archer?
I wouldn't have a particular use for arrows that didn't match my regular ones that I already have.
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