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Guy's I bought some mission 22 inch crossbow bolts and man they are awesome. I've been having problems with headhunters being accurate so my local bow shop suggested these bolts and man he did good. Now my predator is accurate again.
 

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Are they lighter than the Barnetts/Easton powerbolts? I thought I read somewhere they were lighter.Do they come with moon nocks?
 

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swampy said:
Guy's I bought some mission 22 inch crossbow bolts and man they are awesome. I've been having problems with headhunters being accurate so my local bow shop suggested these bolts and man he did good. Now my predator is accurate again.
What kind of a price tag are we looking at?
 

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They are like $10 an arrow. With a 100g field point they weigh 400g. They have an aluminum nock. They are nice but I did notice today that the aluminum nock is scratching my flight track. Didn't really care for that so I decided to stop shooting them. The flight track on the Ghost 385 has a copper color to it. I started seeing a shiny scratch all the way down the middle of the track. I can only assume it is from the aluminum nocks on those arrows. I had that thing lubed too so there is no way that it was from having a dry track. Just a little warning for you. I went back to shooting my black eagles. No problems out of those yet besides robin hooding them. I had 12 now I am down to three. You think I would learn my lesson
 

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Its possible the aluminum is just coming off on the flight track.In other words the aluminum is getting scratched off of the nock. I see this with plastic nocks on my plastic/composite flight track.I have talked to others that have used aluminum nocks with metal railed Barnetts and they said the aluminum nocks wear fast but did not say anything about them scratching the rail.
 

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cmil84 said:
They are like $10 an arrow. With a 100g field point they weigh 400g. They have an aluminum nock. They are nice but I did notice today that the aluminum nock is scratching my flight track. Didn't really care for that so I decided to stop shooting them. The flight track on the Ghost 385 has a copper color to it. I started seeing a shiny scratch all the way down the middle of the track. I can only assume it is from the aluminum nocks on those arrows. I had that thing lubed too so there is no way that it was from having a dry track. Just a little warning for you. I went back to shooting my black eagles. No problems out of those yet besides robin hooding them. I had 12 now I am down to three. You think I would learn my lesson
I've heard that from others about the aluminum knocks. I believe that if you put a plastic knock in them you should be ok.
 
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