Beman vs Easton

Rich in CO

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Hey guy's I'm looking into a heavy carbon arrow for hunting, and I'm looking at Bemans Camo Hunter and Eastons Carbon Evolution. Now I'm pretty sure they are close to the same arrow sinc Eastonowns Beman, but I have never shot either. Anyone have any thoughts on these arrows. I can't make up my mind.
 

huntersvision

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Like you've already answered your own question
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One is just as good as the other. I have used the Beman ICS Hunters for the past three years. The camo hunters give you just a little more weight if that's what you are looking for. I have been real satisfied with their performance, and durability.

Later,
 

LT

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I shoot the camo hunter arrow in size 400 at around 27 1/2 inches, 100 grain point, 4" vanes its weight is around 430 grains, I love the arrow but it glues itself into the target so use lots of lube! And don't use it for 3-d shooting it takes 4 men and a horse to pull them out of the 3d target.
good luck
Matt
 

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