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Bloodsport hunters on amazon for $29.00 for 6. With hundred gn head weigh 400 gn. Some ads say 425gn but it is a misprint.
I have thought a bunch about these. Amazon takes 15% off the top so it makes me wonder if these are truly bloodsport arrows or from a chinese knockoff company
 

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I have the regular Killertech pro bolts here and got 20 grams on them which is 308 grains. The head should set me to 400+. I don;t understand as they list the specs ar 9 grains per in, which would be 180 and I clearly measured over 300 on the kitchen scale.

HYPR is listed at 280 grains by their site and HYPR lite at 270 which doesn't make any sense to me. Only 10 grains difference?
 
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I have the regular Killertech pro bolts here and got 20 grams on them which is 308 grains. The head should set me to 400+. I don;t understand as they list the specs ar 9 grains per in, which would be 180 and I clearly measured over 300 on the kitchen scale.

HYPR is listed at 280 grains by their site and HYPR lite at 270 which doesn't make any sense to me. Only 10 grains difference?
The killer Tech Pro bolts are 400 grains with a 100 grain head. The 9 grains per inch is correct at 180 grains. You also need to take into account the weight of the insert in the bolts is what's pushing it to the 300 hundred mark - so your scale and weights are correct to spec.

Our HYPR Bolts are 390 grains with a 100 grain head and our Hypr Lite bolts are 370 grains with a 100 grain head. The weight difference comes form the type of insert we use in the bolts to get the extra weight to 390. Good luck this season!
 

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I have the regular Killertech pro bolts here and got 20 grams on them which is 308 grains. The head should set me to 400+. I don;t understand as they list the specs ar 9 grains per in, which would be 180 and I clearly measured over 300 on the kitchen scale.

HYPR is listed at 280 grains by their site and HYPR lite at 270 which doesn't make any sense to me. Only 10 grains difference?
I do not stock killer instinct arrows but I can tell you no matter what arrow you choose there can be as much as 5 grains weight variance from set to set.

The differences in weight is very likely in the insert. Companies have black eagle make their inserts to hit a certain weight arrow. Example Scorpyds death stalker arrow is an executioner shaft with a light insert to get it to 270 w/o a point
 

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Those are witness or Hunter pros. They are heavier. The Bloodsport hunters do not have the white on them.
I have some of the 20" Witnesses with 3" fletching and my pack of 6 shows a weight variance of less than 1.0 grain and closer to 0.2 grains across the first 4 arrows. They were no culls in my testing out to 60 yds. No idea how they are doing it but no complaints either. Maybe this spring I will shoot them out beyond 100yds to see what they really can do from my Excaliburs. Going to Walmart to pick up more if they go on sale, it's hard to beat that in a $7 arrow but if they get lower in price I will buy all they have in stock.
 

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I have some of the 20" Witnesses with 3" fletching and my pack of 6 shows a weight variance of less than 1.0 grain and closer to 0.2 grains across the first 4 arrows. They were no culls in my testing out to 60 yds. No idea how they are doing it but no complaints either. Maybe this spring I will shoot them out beyond 100yds to see what they really can do from my Excaliburs. Going to Walmart to pick up more if they go on sale, it's hard to beat that in a $7 arrow but if they get lower in price I will buy all they have in stock.
Amazon has the witness arrows for $34.95 for 6 With free delivery right now,
 
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