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7 New Arrows for 2012

7 New Arrows for 2012

Straight shooting and tough, any one of these new arrows will get the job done this fall.

Beman ICS Hunter Pro

Beman's ICS Hunter Pro comes with durable, lightweight Microlite S Nocks and a ViBrake Hot Tail insert, which is an insert with a proprietary rubber on the back end of it that reduces vibration and helps the arrow recover quickly. The ICS Pro Hunter has a straightness tolerance of ±.002 inches.

Cabela's Outfitter Arrows

Cabela's Outfitter carbon arrows are manufactured with a carbon-fiber core surrounded by composite fibers for durability and a smooth finish. The reduced diameter offers a 10 percent increase in kinetic energy over standard-sized carbon arrows. The arrow, in Cabela's Outfitter Camo finish, is available for draw weights 55/70 and 65/80 and comes with H nocks installed and HP inserts loose.

Carbon Express Mayhem Hot Pursuit

The Mayhem Hot Pursuit 250 by Carbon Express was designed specifically for female hunters. This arrow comes with pink and white Fusion vanes, built-in weight-forward technology and a pink bull dog collar. It uses the Carbon Express K-360 weave technology, which results in one tough arrow. The Hot Pursuit arrow has a straightness of ± 0.0035 inches and a weight tolerance of ± 1.0 grain.

Carbon Force Pro

The Carbon Force Pro from PSE has a straightness of +/- .001 inches thanks to a process that wraps individual carbon fibers to create a weave pattern called Radical X Weave Technology. This process makes the arrow stronger, straighter and faster than conventional carbon arrows.

Easton A/C Injexion

The new Easton A/C Injexion arrow is 20 percent smaller in diameter than a typical carbon arrow, which means more penetration and less wind drift. The A/C Injexion is comprised of carbon bonded to an alloy core. The A/C Injexion comes with the new Deep Six inserts that are built to work perfectly with the new Deep Six broadheads from New Archery Products, creating a better broadhead/arrow fit.

Gold Tip Kinetic Hunter

Victory Archery Vap

Victory Archery's VAP, which stands for Victory Armour Piercing, has an extremely small diameter and a thick wall, which can result in greater penetration and speed. The VAP comes with a unique Penetrator Broadhead Adapter so broadheads can screw in flush with the arrow shaft. The VAP has a weight tolerance of +/- 0.5 grains and a straightness tolerance of +/- .001, .003 or .006 inches.

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