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Old 06-03-2019, 09:08 AM
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Not recommending any of them, really. lol Easton aluminums are pretty cheap and make for easy practicing. You'll get lots of practice shooting, some practice refletching, practice building up your own arrows. Lots of parts available. Those carbons are "expensive"! You can often get the 2117's on Ebay at a buck a pop. Buy some of your favorite color vanes and some nocks and inserts, tube of FletchTite and go to town! Carbons can be ruined with one slip of the blade while removing the old fletching. You're completely right in wanting to shoot the arrows you plan to hunt with....but at this point, you need LOTS of PRACTICE shooting at all. Go for inexpensive *good* before expensive *great* and practice as much as you can.