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Easton Epic Arrows
Contributors to this thread:
BC173 07-Nov-18
Twinetickler 07-Nov-18
wyliecoyote 08-Nov-18
mountainman 08-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 08-Nov-18
smarba 08-Nov-18
Vonfoust 08-Nov-18
GLP 08-Nov-18
wifishkiller 08-Nov-18
wv_bowhunter 09-Nov-18
12yards 09-Nov-18
mission man 12-Nov-18
From: BC173
I bought 4 dozen about 5 or 6 years ago and am in need of more. Can’t seem to find any. Did Easton quit making them, and if so, what is a good comparable?

Thanks in advance.

From: Twinetickler
You and I both I am constantly looking for 340 Epic shafts. They have killed a lot critters for me. I haven't found a comparable shaft at 9.5 gpi. I did find a dozen the other day on Ebay that I jumped on, they are in the mail as we speak. Good luck on your search!

From: wyliecoyote
I feel your pain...been shooting ST epic 400s for a lot of years...still have about 2 1/2 dozen left...even shoot the 500s out of my stick bow!!


From: mountainman
Good luck. I don't see the reason they stopped making those. I finally ran out last year. It irked me that they stopped making such a good arrow, at a good weight.

I actually ended up switching brands because of it.

From: Ucsdryder
Why not use the axis?

From: smarba
I don't use Easton, but was thinking the same thing, isn't Axis very similar?

From: Vonfoust
I am in the same boat. I am down to about a dozen and will be looking at switching this off season.

From: GLP
I shot the epics but changed to victory vforce similar in price- went from 400s to 350s to keep weight. Epics were a good arrow that did not cost a lot. Greg

From: wifishkiller
Easton aftermaths are the replacements.

From: wv_bowhunter
I also shot the ST Epic 400’s for many years.

I replaced them with the Aftermath 400’s and have not noticed a difference.

From: 12yards
Beman ICS Hunters would be about the same weight also.

From: mission man
I like the aftermaths and at a good price , they fly fine can’t tell any difference from a .003 or .001 .

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