Looking for a replacement arrow!Contributors to this thread:
Jack Whitmrie jr 20-Jun-21
WV Mountaineer 20-Jun-21
Hi BS, I went into my shop looking to get another dozen arrows and to my surprise CX discontinued their Pile Driver DS's. I am looking for a replacement with similar features I shoot 350's. I have l shoot these for years and really like having a heavy arrow I am disappointed to say the least. What is everyone else shooting? Thanks!
Easton ACC 360's. Straight, tough and durable.
Bloodsport Evidence 300's
Lancaster still has a Piledriver D Stroyer listed at 11 gpi. Might want to get a couple dozen and stock up. Otherwise Gold Tip Kinetic Kaos are 9.9 gpi, and their traditional XT shaft is 10.5 gpi if you don't mind a fake wood look. FMJs are a heavier shaft if you don't mind an arrow with an aluminum outer sheath. Or you could go with a stiffer spine lighter gpi arrow and put more weight up front to get the total arrow weight you'd like.
12yds. X2.. they’re still PD’s available, just not at your LBS. buy the hell out of’m and you’ll be good for the long haul.
Thanks guys! I did a little more research. Called CX and found out they are "re-releasing" them in their new D-stoyer line. They are about 3 weeks out from shipping the first ones. They are essentially the exact same with a little tighter specs. Basically slapping the a new wrap on them.
Have been using Easton FMJ’s with both my compound and traditional bow for the past 7 years.
From: Jack Whitmrie jr
Easton has some all carbon shafts that run over 9 grains per inch, add a brass insert and get a great hunting arrow - American made!
From: WV Mountaineer
Same with beman.
ACCs are discontinued. I just wrangled 8 dozen so I should be set for awhile. Sad that they did away with easily their best all around arrow platform.
ELKMAN, Easton ACCs are available in all sizes at Lancaster Archery Supply. Also they have shafts and all components if you build your own as I do. Easton did discontinue a version of the ACC a few years ago (ACC Pro Hunter, I think they were called) but I believe the original ACC is still in production. I shoot the ACC 3-60/340, and have seen no reason to change since 1997. Great arrow shaft. I'm still shooting some that are well over 20 years old and still straight.