Black Eagle Vintage Crested Traditional Arrow
PREMIUM HUNTING / TRADITIONAL FLETCHED ARROWS
The Black Eagle Vintage® arrow is the first of its kind on the market. Many serious traditional archers, and compound archers, are looking for a high quality wood grain carbon arrow so they delivered. Each Vintage arrow’s cresting is hand painted and quality inspected. The Duracoat wood grain overlay-finish on the shaft allows for refletching and cresting.
Vintage arrows are straightness sorted, spine matched, and weight matched to ensure the quality and toughness that you have come to expect.
- .005″ or Better Straightness or Straighter
- ± 1 Grain Weight Tolerance
- 34″ Shaft Length
FLETCHED ARROWS INCLUDE:
- Black Eagle Arrows Standard Nock – Flo Red -8 Grains
- 4″ Feathers | Red Barred, Black – 3 Grains
- Aluminum Inserts – 14 Grains – packed, not installed
(Standard Hot Melt is NOT recommended for use with Black Eagle Arrow shafts, Bohning Blue hotmelt will be Ok.
NO Cleaner for Outside or Inside the shaft is recommended! Use wet Q-Tip or Paper towel.)
- 350 Spine: 34″ length, 9.8GPI, ID .244″, OD .303″
- 400 Spine: 34″ length, 9.2GPI, ID .244″, OD .301″
- 500 Spine: 34″ length, 8.5GPI, ID .244″, OD .297″
- 600 Spine: 34″ length, 7.9GPI, ID .244″, OD .293″
We have tested this shaft rigorously to make sure the carbon fibres are cross woven. This means the inner part of the carbon tube is spun using an endless carbon thread that runs around and upwards and the outer carbon fibres are in a 90degree angle to the inner ones. This makes the arrow a lot tougher as it can resist impact better but it also makes it safer: The most dangerous thing in archery is when an arrow breaks at release. This arrow will usually break clean and straight, which can still cause an injury – but the design provides a good level of protection from thin and sharp carbon splinters lodging under the skin. This is a big and dangerous issue found in most other cheap carbon arrows that have all carbon fibres running in a straight line forward only.
But remember: always flex before you shoot to identify any issues!