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Contributors to this thread:
Korey Wolfe 09-Apr-21
GF 10-Apr-21
'Ike' (Phone) 10-Apr-21
altitude sick 10-Apr-21
So467 10-Apr-21
jstephens61 10-Apr-21
Bowboy 10-Apr-21
butcherboy 10-Apr-21
flinginarrows 10-Apr-21
wyobullshooter 10-Apr-21
WV Mountaineer 10-Apr-21
12yards 10-Apr-21
JusPassin 10-Apr-21
Bou'bound 10-Apr-21
aaron 10-Apr-21
12yards 10-Apr-21
Bou'bound 11-Apr-21
Lost Arra 11-Apr-21
Sawpilot75 11-Apr-21
bowhunter55 11-Apr-21
smarba 12-Apr-21
PECO 12-Apr-21
ahunter76 12-Apr-21
GF 12-Apr-21
snag 12-Apr-21
Korey Wolfe 13-Apr-21
elkmtngear 13-Apr-21
flinginarrows 13-Apr-21
WV Mountaineer 13-Apr-21
Heat 13-Apr-21
muddyears 13-Apr-21
Matt 13-Apr-21
smarba 13-Apr-21
'Ike' (Phone) 13-Apr-21
Bou'bound 13-Apr-21
PAOH 13-Apr-21
BigOzzie 16-Apr-21
butcherboy 16-Apr-21
Jack Whitmrie jr 17-Apr-21
Bowbender 17-Apr-21
Bowhunter 17-Apr-21
From: Korey Wolfe
09-Apr-21
What's your favorite American made arrow?

From: GF
10-Apr-21
I really like Wapiti tapered Cedars, but Surewood Doug Fir shafts have an excellent reputation as well... I’m looking forward to giving those a try. There is something about hunting with Douglas Fir arrow on a slope which is heavily populated with Doug Fir that just appeals to me.

I am also interested in some Canadian Spruce alternatives, but maybe Canada doesn’t qualify for this thread, eh?

10-Apr-21
CarbonTech...

10-Apr-21
I just got my first Doug Fir shafts and I agree. They are good looking, more consistent in weight, spine and straightness. Really enjoy FMJs

From: So467
10-Apr-21
Easton ACC 3-60 for me. Been shooting this arrow since 1995!

From: jstephens61
10-Apr-21
Easton FMJ 340 & 300.

From: Bowboy
10-Apr-21
Easton Axis 5mm and FMJ in 400 and 340.

From: butcherboy
10-Apr-21
I’ve shot Easton for a long time. Went from fmj’s to hexx and now going back to fmj’s.

10-Apr-21
Douglas Fir arrows for wood. I thought Easton was the only American made carbon or aluminum shaft. I was a fan of Gold Tip before their move to Mexico, I don't have any of their shafts since the move I wonder if the quality changed.

10-Apr-21
Easton 5mm Axis

10-Apr-21
I’m shooting beman off the compound. Surewood fir out of the longbow.

From: 12yards
10-Apr-21
I have a bunch of Beans, but since they aren't around anymore will probably get Axis or Bloodlines next time.

From: JusPassin
10-Apr-21
Surewood fir out of the BBO.

From: Bou'bound
10-Apr-21
Easton fmj. Don’t know or care where they are made. They work.

From: aaron
10-Apr-21
Another vote for Surewood Shafts. Their Douglas-fir shafts are tough and straight.

From: 12yards
10-Apr-21
Thanks Rick.

From: Bou'bound
11-Apr-21
Easton fmj. Don’t know or care where they are made. They work.

From: Lost Arra
11-Apr-21

Lost Arra's Link
Arrow Dynamics shafts are made in USA. I used to shoot them when I hunted a heavier draw longbow.

From: Sawpilot75
11-Apr-21
Douglas Fir and Cedar. Grown right here in the USA.

From: bowhunter55
11-Apr-21
Easton FMJ and FMJ Injexions although the Injexions are being phased out. Back to the 4mm FMJs.

From: smarba
12-Apr-21
Carbon Tech. I had heard they had moved overseas but I guess they are now back. Love the Whitetail series.

From: PECO
12-Apr-21
Whatever is on sale, I mean a for real sale not no 10% off bs.

From: ahunter76
12-Apr-21
Easton Aluminums for everything. Platinum Plus for targets & Gamegetter, XX75s for hunting.. Better than any arrow out there for me.

From: GF
12-Apr-21
I like Alumalogs a LOT.

From: snag
12-Apr-21
Surewood Shafts Douglas fir. Home grown and a renewal resource. I’ve made thousands of arrows for guys that used them for hunting big game and some for tournament archery. They are great shafts!

From: Korey Wolfe
13-Apr-21
If Easton is the only conventional shaft made here in the USA, which shaft would you select?

Axis or FMJ

From: elkmtngear
13-Apr-21
Well, if Aluminums are being made from recycled beer cans, I guess they are "renewable"...?

I shoot Easton XX75s...for everything!

13-Apr-21
Both good shafts. I would buy the Axis shafts again.

13-Apr-21
If I were to shoot Easton shafts, I’d shoot the axis.

From: Heat
13-Apr-21
Wapiti Cedar shafts are very nice quality. For Carbon, the CarbonTech Whitetail and Rhino shafts have been the best I've tried.

From: muddyears
13-Apr-21
FMJ's simply hit hard for me. I get better penetration with them by at least 30% as compared to a "same weight (ie gpi) " carbon.

From: Matt
13-Apr-21
Another vote for Axis. I am not a fan of aluminum as a shaft material due to the potential for bending.

From: smarba
13-Apr-21
Heat my experience with Carbon Tech is I never have a "flier". Every arrow flies the same, never need to monkey around with twisting nocks etc. They don't seem to be as popular as other brands but they've been around and unchanged for a LONG time: must be a reason...

13-Apr-21
Same with Carl above...My CT Whitetail 65/80’s have never failed me and I still have most of the ones I picked up when they were still here in the Sacramento area...

From: Bou'bound
13-Apr-21
Fmj won’t disappoint for a heavy shaft. Hard to beat

From: PAOH
13-Apr-21
5mm axis

From: BigOzzie
16-Apr-21
Lodgepole / chundoo

From: butcherboy
16-Apr-21
Just switched back to fmj’s from Easton hexx shafts. Pulled the brass hit inserts and put in 75 grain steel half out inserts.

17-Apr-21
Always Easton for the past 45 years. I shoot Aftermath 340 with 75 grain brass insert and lighted nock, weighs exactly 500 grains.

From: Bowbender
17-Apr-21
Used to shoot ACC's. Switched to Axis maybe 14 years ago. Shooting 29" 340's with a 50gr brass insert for little better FOC. Shot Carbon Express Maxima Red's along side the Axis' for a few years. Nice arrows, didn't seem to do anything better than the Axis.

From: Bowhunter
17-Apr-21
Surewood Douglas fir!!

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