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    Thank you guys, I'll hold back and stick with the arrows I have for now.
    I got two 3D clubs to visit over the next two weekends.
    My new Black Hunter bow should be here in a few weeks (slow free post from Mandarin Duck)

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    Looked at the title and thought, they are a bit old, you must be a collector.

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    I'm new to archery, I bought all my equipment new last week from Welsh Archery Specialists in South Wales. The arrows came straight out of their arrow selection stand brand new.
    28#Ragim Wildcat, 30#Black Hunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachann View Post
    Looked at the title and thought, they are a bit old, you must be a collector.
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    For what it's worth the cheapest "proper" arrows I've bought (excluding unspined fibre glass arrows which I'd avoid) were Easton Blues which I bought from Bowsports. At the time, I think they were only around 2 a shaft... They are basically the same as the Jazz, maybe with slightly worse tolerances, but they are not made any more so were "new old" stock. It's also possible to find Avalon Classic carbon arrows cheaply at the moment, approx 25 for dozen bare shafts from Alternative, or you can also buy them as complete arrows.

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    Thank you for help.

    It seems The best thing to do is use what I have until the Black Hunter gets to my door, and then get fitted up with some good quality carbon arrows for the BH? I'm hoping the BH will be 'my bow' for quite a while, so would probably be worth spending proper arrow money on that? I am of coarse assuming that the BH is better (smoother and ultimately more accurate) than my Ragim Wildcat????
    28#Ragim Wildcat, 30#Black Hunter.

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