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Sitka Spruce arrow shafts are well known for their strength and durability. Normally just a fuzz lighter than Port Orford Cedar arrows, but stronger. We've been very pleased with the quality of these Sitka Spruce shafts. They make excellent arrows for bowhunting, stump shooting, or even 3-D shooting. All of our Sitka Spruce measures on average at 32" in overall length.  (special order item).

Available in the following spines:
  • 5/16", 30-35, 35-40, & 40-45.
  • 11/32", 40-45, 45-50, 50-55, 55-60, 60-65, & 65-70.
    Please specify.

$4.30 each

The award winning XT Hunter Series arrows continue to set the standard for straightness, consistency and durability. Each dozen XT Hunter Series arrows are now laser inspected for straightness and then hand sorted for a guaranteed weigh tolerance of +/- 2 grains per dozen. XT Hunter arrows feature a straightness tolerance of +/-.003", come standard with new GT Series nocks and inserts and are available in Black or Advantage Timber finishes.
We currently have 6 5575 shafts in stock!
$10.90 ea (vanes extra)



New ST Epic has the benefit of a smaller diameter, and HP inserts add a new level of accuracy in a durable carbon package.
Sizes 500, 400, 340, 300
  • "H" Nock-Installed
  • HP Insert-Included
  • Points and broadhead adapter rings-Sold separately
  • Straightness: +/-005" Guaranteed max
  • High-strength carbon-composite fibers
  • Weight tolerance: +/-.0 grains
  • Black, micro smooth finish

We Currently have 16, 500 size shafts in stock!

$7.50 ea (vanes extra)


HEX SHAFTS:  We're currently out of stock, but can order more.
The shaft itself is made from six individually machined triangles, all from the same piece of wood. Extremely-low-tolerance engineering enables the laminating process to produce superior shaft strength which is higher than that achieved if it were a standard wood-dowel arrowshaft. In addition, each shaft is individually examined to ensure quality control.
 The difference Hexshafts make can also be seen in the arrow-making process. Nock-Grain orientation is not required, since the edge-grain is uniform throughout the shaft.

Due to the unique structure of the hexshaft, as arrows cure they do not shrink "out of round" as standard-grain arrows will.  When applying cresting to a hexshaft, you will notice that the circumference is uniform as the arrow turns, therefore allowing finer and more consistent color lines.
STARTING AT $3.60 ea