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Thread: Easton Axis vs. Beman Ics Hunters

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    Default Easton Axis vs. Beman Ics Hunters

    I have shot Easton Axis for years.
    Got a new White Camo Bow, and saw the new Beman White out ICS hunters.
    Just wondering if anyone has shot the Beman and the Axis.
    Is there a big difference in the two. I know that Easton makes the Bemans.
    Axis is a smaller diameter and 9.5 per inch.
    Beman is 8.8 per inch.
    I shoot a Elite 35 with 70# limbs and it pulls at 73 right now.
    29 inch draw and have arrows cut at 27.5 with basic hit inserts and 100 grain heads (field tips and broadheads).
    I know the old addage, if not broke dont fix it. But the White camo and WHite out arrows would be sweet.
    So the short of it, what are your thoughts on the 2 arrows?

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    I've shot both in the past and both performed well. I wouldn't be concerned at all making the switch if that's what you're thinking. If you cut the Axis slightly longer, your FOC and spine may be exactly the same as what you have now. May want to play with it before you cut the whole dozen.

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    stayed with the Easton axis 340 cut to 27.5 inches with 50 grain brass insert. 100 grain heads and blazers

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