I bought these arrows because I don't have $15 to drop on an arrow, and personally don't believe I need an expensive arrow to kill a deer. What's the deer going to say, "Hey that looks like an expensive arrow, I better catch it?" Still, going with the cheapest worried me a bit. I did a lot of reading on arrows and understanding the different ratings. The most expensive arrows are the straightest, and the cheaper they get generally the less straight they are. Most arrows come from the same machine and then are sorted into grade afterward within each company. Knowing that I bought 4 of these. Shot them, shot them again, and then again. I had my bow dialed in and ready to go. I went and bought a few more. With the second set I bought I realized that one of the arrows was less perfect compared to the others. I shot this one and it was way off. Returned it to Walmart. What I've come to realize is get enough for the season, which for me has been 6, that includes hunting and shoot target, and I do plenty of both. Make sure they all shoot the same and then you good to go. I have shot 4 deer in the past two years with these arrows, and the arrows are still shootable. Overall impressed and will continue to shoot.
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