Tenxion Archery 4.2mm High Carbon Mixed Arrows Shaft Anti-Strike Nock Recurve Bow Anak Panah Busur Memanah Musen Linkboy
Price RM16.50
Product SKU TenXion archery - flagship, Arrow 60HS Mixed Carbon
Brand TenXion
Size (L x W x H) 75 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm
Availability Pre-Order

Product Specifications:

  • Shaft Length: 31" or 790mm 
  • Reinforced steel point
  • Anti Strike Nock: Lengthen Arrow Life span
  • spine 700
  • Composite Mix Carbon Fiber shaft 
  • Super Lightweight: Only 30Gram Per arrow
  • 6mm Outer Diameter 
  • High strength and Tenacity 
  • Corrosion resistance
  • UV resistance
  • Electrical insulation
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Can be used under Wide Temperature Range

    What are the advantages of mixed carbon arrow?
    Mixed carbon arrows are arrows where their shafts are made of mixed carbon fiber. If you are a rookie or an amateur archer who thinks that pure carbon arrow is a little too expensive yet fiberglass arrow is not up to your standard, mixed carbon arrow is a perfect choice for you. They are cheaper hence more affordable than pure carbon arrow. When compare to fiberglass arrow, mixed carbon arrow has a greater durability and is more consistent in flexibility and straightness.

    What is anti-strike?
    Anti-strike refers the design of the slanting side of the nock pin which prevent the arrow from being strike by another arrow even when the arrows are distributed closely to each other. This will greatly reduce the chances of the arrow being damaged beyond repair.

    What is an Index vane?
    By observing an arrow, you will see that there is always a vane with a different color from the other two vanes. This is an index vane. Index vane allows you to nock the arrow in such a way that when the arrow is loosed, it has as little friction acting upon it as possible. The lesser friction against the arrow, the straighter it flies.

    Which direction should an index vane face?
    Basically, if you're using a recurve bow, make sure the index vane points away from the bow. However, if you're using a compound bow, the index vane may be pointing up or pointing down, depending on the type of arrow rest you're using.

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