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Easton N-Fused Axis Full Metal Jacket™ Carbon Shafts
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Easton N-Fused Axis Full Metal Jacket™ Carbon Shafts

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Item Number: 6742X
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  • Q:

    I have been using these arrows for years as a compound shooter so I have some experience with them, but I have never missed the target with them (yes I am tuting my own horn here a bit.) Now I am going strictly traditional and I miss a lot. I am shooting a 61# at 30.5 inches and according to my bare shaft tuning, and your spine calculator I am in a 300 spine with a 100gr point and a 75gr insert? My question is with impacts with things other than a cushy block target, do the arrows tend to bend like an aluminum shaft or snap like a carbon. I really enjoy stump shooting, but like I said I miss a lot still, and I can't afford a dozen arrows every month. Any insight is really appreciated.
    Asked on 12/6/2013 by docjms3787 from West Chazy, NY

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The FMJ will bend like aluminum shafts as that is the outer layer. They are very tough though, and it should take some hard impacts to do that. You may want to try a lower weight bow to help with accuracy and form. That will make a big impact on shooting performance. Once form is set, then you can go up in weight.

      Answered on 12/9/2013 by Johnathan Karch from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    I am using a 45# Hoyt Buffalo at 29" pulling at about 48 pounds with FMJ 400's. I am wanting to get a custom Fast Flight Flemish string to help get rid of some of the Twang. What is the recommended number of strands on a Fast Flight or Dyna Flight Flemish Twist string that will best fit the nock of the FMJ?
    Asked on 11/1/2012 by Andrew from Appling, Ga.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      I would recommend something around 15 or 16 strands. You can go more or less depending on the size of serving.

      Answered on 11/1/2012 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    Dear expert:

    I want to know what kind point should I get for this type arrow ,deep six? or .....?
    I shoot a 45# recurve and a 50# longbow,my draw length is 28,I think i will cut arrow length in 30~31".
    Thanks for your answer.
    Asked on 10/11/2012 by bm from taiwan

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      You will need to get the standard 9/32 points.

      Answered on 10/12/2012 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    i shoot an 82#@28" longbow that i draw to 27.5" i want to use 225 grain heads cut to length doesnt matter but i would like to use the heavier 250 spine if at all possible. would that set up work or do i need a heavier bow for that?
    Asked on 9/7/2012 by Eric from United States

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The 250 spine is the only one that I would recommend trying. You may need to play with the point weight to get the best flight out of them, but you should end up somewhere between 175gr and 250gr.

      Answered on 9/10/2012 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    After doing much research, I have decided on FMJ's. I shoot a GN Bushbow that is 57# at 26". I pull it the full 26". I plan on shooting a 300gr broadhead/point with a 75gr glue-in brass point adapter on a 27" shaft. The charts do not go as high as the 375 point weight and I really don't want to buy the test kit. Any guidance on what shaft I should get with this set-up would be greatly appreciated.
    Asked on 2/4/2012 by CareyE from Lebanon, PA

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The best guess would be a 340 spine for the set up and I would expect that to tune up fairly easily. That being said, test kits are still the best options expecially when extreme FOC is concerned.

      Answered on 2/6/2012 by Dean from 3Rivers Archery
    • A:

      I WOULD SUGGEST YOU TAKE A LOOK AT THE 340 FMJ THIS IS A 11.3 GPI SHAFT AND WILL WITH STAND A LOT WHEN SHOT FROM ANY BOW. I SHOOT A 75 POUND COMP0UND AND THIS IS MY ARROW OF CHOICE, TRIED EM ALL AND THIS ARROW FILLS THE BILL. BASED ON YOUR SETUP I FEEL YOU WOULD DO WELL WITH THIS ARROW. YOU HAVE ALL THE WEIGHT FORWARD THAT YOU NEED, TRY THE 340 FMJ I FEEL THIS WILL MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS. BEST OF LUCK, SHOOT EM STRAIGHT , AND HAPPY TRAILS!

      Answered on 2/14/2012 by BUCK RAGE from RINGGOLD, GA
  • Q:

    I shoot a Bears, lights out compound bow. I want to switch over to the Easton Full Metal Jacket Carbon Arrows. The draw weight on my bow is 65 pounds and the draw lenght is 29 inches. I also use the Thunder head Broad Heads. (The arrows that I'm using now are cut to 29 1/4 inches.) My question is, What would be the best arrow shaft to get. The 300, 340 or should I go bigger, and with the Full Metal Jacket Carbon Arrow, Should I stay with the 125 grain broad head, or should I switch over to the 100 grain broad head. Also, with me using a 29 1/4 inch arrow, what size vanes should I get, 3" 4" or 5". Please let me know because I want to make the switch as soon as possible.
    Asked on 12/7/2011 by Outdoorsman605 from Streetsboro, Ohio

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

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      Using Easton's arrow chart they recommend the 340's with 100, 125 grain head, arrows cut to 29 1/4 inches and 65# bow weight. We do no carry or sell any vanes at this time, only feathers, but would recommend having us doing a custom fletch with 4 inch parabolic feathers.

      Answered on 12/7/2011 by Shawn from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    What is the diameter of this arrow? I have a Fread Bear quiver and I am unsure if I need the small gripper or not, and I am trying to get 175gr field points for these arrows, and I need the shaft diameter for sizing purposes as well. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Asked on 9/17/2011 by docjms3787 from Chazy, NY

    1 answer

  • Q:

    I was wanting to know the stock length of the following Arrows:

    Easton Axis FMJ 340

    Easton Axis FMJ 300 Dangerous Games

    I have a long draw (29.5ish) with my Asbel Bighorn Recurve 57# @ 27" (yep 27", it as a custom job for someone that sold it, I'm the bows third owner) and I need enough length on the front of the arrow to keep a broadhead off of the shelf and more importantly my fingers!

    I picked up some Axis FMJ 340 And I wasnt sure if they were full lenght or not, I am deployed so I cant look at the arrows right now but could you let me know the length?
    have a good day and happy hunting

    -Nicolas
    Asked on 8/20/2011 by Nicolas from North Carolina

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Both of these shafts are 32.25" long from the valley of the nock to the end of the shaft. This should give you plenty of space to use broadheads.

      Answered on 8/22/2011 by Josh from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    I am thinking about using the dangerous game series arrow i.e. the 250 with a 225 grain single bevel from steelforce to go with it my arrow lentgh is 33 inches and im using 5/12" fletch i am pulling 56 lbs. currently with a old ben pearson mustang is this too much i do like a heavy arrows and have had problems in the past with ligter ones even the coveted 2219 aluminum i have read fred ashbys theory about the need for a heavier arrow and it just makes sense since this is the heaviest setup i can find,also do i need a broadhead adapter for the 250 or is it a little bigger than the rest any information would be helpful especially since i have been a diehard aluminum fan ever since i can remeber and this sounds like the only feasible switch for me.Thank you and may god bless you i am a big fan of your products and you have won a customer for life trad. archery rocks thanks for keeping it alive.
    Asked on 7/28/2011 by Anonymous from clarkston michigan

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      It sounds like you will have plenty of weight. I would need to know your draw length before I would be able to help with the arrow spine. You can use a BAR with that arrow. The 250 will use the 7 and the 300 will use a 6.

      Answered on 7/29/2011 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    I am shooting an 83# recurve, 190grain broadheads with a 27inch draw what is the best size shaft to go with?
    Asked on 4/19/2011 by Bentstyk from Warren NJ.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      I recommend a 300. You can go with either the FMJ or the Dangerous Game.

      Answered on 4/19/2011 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
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