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Straight +/- .006 comes with nocks and inserts
$97.00

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Gold Tip’s very popular Hunter Series arrows have a new name and some awesome new features. Each dozen Expedition Hunter arrows are hand weighed to within +/- 2 grains and are finished and are finished using state-of-the-art ultrasonic finishing system giving them a smoother, cleaner finish. The Expedition Hunter features a straightness tolerance of +/-.006”.

Probably the most popoular arrow in Australia
 

Size / Straightness Weight GR/IN Weight@29'' Spine Length O.D. I.D. Recommended Point Weight MSRP
300 (+/-.001") Pro 9.3 269.7 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 75 - 125gr 164.99
300 (+/-.003") XT 9.3 269.7 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 75 - 125gr 119.99
300 (+/-.003") XT Lost 10.9 316.1 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
300 (+/-.003") XT Xtra 10.9 316.1 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
300 (+/-.006") 9.3 269.7 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 75 - 125gr 99.99
300 (+/-.006) Lost 10.9 316.1 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
300 (+/-.006) Xtra 10.9 316.1 gr. .300" 32" .302" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
340 (+/-.001") Pro 8.9 258.1 gr. .340" 32" .300" .246" 75 - 125gr 164.99
340 (+/-.003") XT 8.9 258.1 gr. .340" 32" .300" .246" 75 - 125gr 119.99
340 (+/-.006") 8.9 258.1 gr. .340" 32" .300" .246" 75 - 125gr 99.99
400 (+/-.001") Pro 8.2 237.8 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 75 - 125gr 164.99
400 (+/-.003") XT 8.2 237.8 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 75 - 125gr 119.99
400 (+/-.003") XT Lost 9.0 261.0 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
400 (+/-.003") XT Xtra 9.0 261.0 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
400 (+/-.006") 8.2 237.8 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 75 - 125gr 99.99
400 (+/-.006) Lost 9.0 261.0 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
400 (+/-.006) Xtra 9.0 261.0 gr. .400" 32" .295" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
500 (+/-.001") Pro 7.3 211.7 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 75 - 125gr 164.99
500 (+/-.003") XT 7.3 211.7 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 75 - 125gr 119.99
500 (+/-.003") XT Lost 8.2 237.8 gr. .50" 30" .291" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
500 (+/-.003") XT Xtra 8.2 237.8 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 85 - 125gr 124.99
500 (+/-.006") 7.3 211.7 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 75 - 125gr 99.99
500 (+/-.006) Lost 8.2 237.8 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
500 (+/-.006) Xtra 8.2 237.8 gr. .500" 30" .291" .246" 85 - 125gr 95.99
22/10/2011
Name : Anonymous
Location : Year(s)
Title : Nice and light and very strong
Review : Nice and light and very strong Getting your fletching preparation right is a must. Gus

24/08/2010
Name : Anonymous
Location : Month(s)
Title : Fantastic target arrow for price
Review : Fantastic target arrow for price Have not found any cons 4 months and still happy with Gold Tips Online Shopper

11/12/2008
Name : Anonymous
Location : Week(s)
Title : very fast!
Review : very fast! they are much lighter than my x-weaves, so had to move the sight up a lil. but that is trivial for the increase in velocity definately good. good product Online Shopper

24/05/2006
Name : Anonymous
Location : Day(s)
Title : light tough
Review : light tough hard to fletch excellent arrow Online Shopper

24/05/2006
Name : Anonymous
Location : Day(s)
Title : lightweight tough carbon wide range
Review : lightweight tough carbon wide range hard to glue fletches on the carbon Excellent hunting and target arrow Online Shopper

Is there any chance you could buy these fletcher and with the inserts and nocks in?

These are shafts - they come with nocks and inserts. If you want them amde they are under arrows made.




What arrow should I choose for a 70 lb bow with 29inch draw and 125grn heads

5575. Which means for a bow between 55# and 75#.




I will be buying some arrow shafts next week and im tossing up between Goldtip expedition hunter and Easton ST carbon excel I shoot a 60lb pse brute, arrow length will be 29". Which of the 2 would you recommend and also what weight tips should I use, 100grain or 125grain?? Thanks

The PSE Brute comes with Carbon Force arrows which are excellent size 200. I have found them very tough. Gold tip arrows are very good, they are a X matrix design, the quality is good. 5575 size. The excel is less popular than both the others, some people do like the arrows because it is smaller. Excel would be 400. The Carbon Force is more expensive but given how they last I really like them. If you want to keep the price down the I would go goldtip because of the way it is made, it is more popular and that tends to be for a reason. 100 vs 125 - 100 is lighter to faster. 100gr is for target shooting. Today most people prefer 100grain. Heavier points tend to shoot better and are better for hunting. But honestly I don't think you will notice any difference, so I would do what everyone else does and shoot 100gr.




Was just wanting to split a dozen Gold Tip Hunter Expedition Shafts with a mate. Is it ok to cut 6 to 30" and 6 to 28"?

Just put it in the notes