Easton 6.5 Match Grade Carbon Arrows
Easton Archery has released its new 6.5 carbon arrow line. The 6.5 ±.001-inch Match Grade arrows stand apart for their industry-leading structural uniformity and precision tolerances.
The foundation of the 6.5 Match Grade shaft’s precise and predictable performance comes from Easton’s proprietary ACU-Carbon Uniform Spine manufacturing process, which utilizes a single-die, continuous-feed system that provides a more consistent deflection and weight tolerances over other carbon shafts on the market today.
This means the Easton 6.5 shafts offer more reliable accuracy across all manufacturing lots, so shooters can be assured that their arrows will have the same point-of-impact performance from one arrow to the next, dozen after dozen. This benefits the bowhunter with truer flight and pinpoint accuracy in the field.
6.5 Precision-Machined Inserts
Made in the USA at Easton’s Salt Lake City facility, the new 6.5 Match Grade arrows work with specially matched 6.5 inserts and nocks to take advantage of the shaft’s exacting manufacturing tolerances and to further enhance accuracy and flight stability.
The precision-machined 6.5 inserts, for example, are built with a shoulder four times larger than conventional inserts to both strengthen the point-to-shaft interface and to add critical Front of Center (F.O.C.) balance.
The Easton Carbon 6.5 Line-Up
Key Features: Easton 6.5 Match Grade Carbon Arrows
·Acu-Carbon Uniform Spine USA Manufacturing Process for the highest level of accuracy.
·Microlite Nocks—shortens the critical distance between the shaft and bowstring for improved alignment and reduced weight.
·6.5MM Inserts—precision machined component has four-times larger shoulder. Strengthens the broadhead/arrow interface and boosts F.O.C.
·Bully Vane Fletching—stiffer material for superior control and quiet arrow flight.
·Available in three models: Match Grade ±.001”, Hunter Classic ±.003”, and Bowhunter ±.006”
·Spine sizes: 300, 340, 400, 500
Jeremy Mallette is co-founder of International Sportsman, and an avid hunter and outdoorsman. His father taught him to shoot at age six, and he received his first firearm at age eight — a 1942 Colt Commando .38 special revolver. Jeremy enjoys collecting unique firearms, and shooting them.