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Skylon Novice Arrows Made each
Made thin carbon arrows 4.2mm. Comes with points glued in, nocks and vanes. Good begineer recurve arrow
$8.00

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Material: 24-TON Carbon
Inner Diameter: 4.2mm / .166"
Straightness Tolerance: ±.007"  

SPINE OUTSIDE DIAMETER GRAIN PER INCH LENGTH RECOMMENDED POINT
2.000" 4.96mm 3.60 26" 50gr
1.800" 5.00mm 3.89 27" 50gr
1.500" 5.05mm 4.00 28" 70gr
1.300" 5.18mm 4.16 28" 70gr
1.100" 5.22mm 4.64 28" 70gr
1.000" 5.32mm 4.90 29" 70gr
0.900" 5.36mm 5.34 29" 70gr
0.800" 5.48mm 5.80 30" 90gr
0.700" 5.58mm 6.17 30" 90gr
0.600" 5.71mm 7.09 31" 90gr
24/01/2020
Name : Trav
Location : ACT
Title : Step above cheap
Review : I have some thick, cheap carbon arrows and wanted to try something different. These arrows are a notable jump in quality of finish and flight.

Hi there, I am a newbie to archery and am trying to find my first batch of arrows to use for target archery. I will be using an SAS Explorer Takedown Recurve bow with a 22 pound draw weight and draw length of 27 inches. According to some arrow charts I should be looking for an arrow with a spine of 800. I have noticed the 'Skylon Novice Arrows Made Easy' on your website and am wanting to double check that these would be suitable? If you have any suggestions for a better arrow, or if I have miscalculated something please let me know, I am keen to learn! Thanks very much! Caitlyn

We always recommend using the manufactures spine charts when selecting arrows. The Novice arrows are an excellent target arrow




I am new to archery. I am shooting a PSE Stinger x at its minimum dwar weight. It has been recommended that i shoot a 600 spine arrow. I am shooting at targets only - not interested in hunting. I would like something that i can make nice and visable as my eyes are a bit rubbish. Would these arrows suit? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also i am on a limited budget. I cant afford to spend hundreds on arrows while i learn. I am happy to spend up to about $150 for as many arrows as i can. Plus postage.

Hi Hayley, Thanks for contacting us. Below is a link that will help you calculate appropriate arrows based on your arrow length and bow poundage. https://www.apexhunting.com.au/p/victory-vforce-sport-fletched-x12/VA-VFS-xxxFQ-12 Regarding visibility this is made easiest based on the color, shape and size of the fletches you choose. Once you've accessed the link above to determine the appropriate spine for you, jump on our website to see what's available within your budget. Postage costs vary and will be calculated as you place the order online. www.archeryshop.com.au Please contact us if you need any further help. Until then, good luck from the team at Archery Supplies