The Firenock AeroBolt II-250, Aerobolt II-200 and Aerobolt II-DS are all spine matched and with optional spine index. In most cases, you got a full dozen with +/- 3 grains without the nock and point. With the point and nocks, most customer should be able to get it with +/- 1 grains. You can obtain them at Long range hunting as I just send Andy 3 dozens of the AeroBolt II-200. If you want custom built ones for camel and water buffalo, you got to look at the dragon slayer(DS) which is the big game version of the aerobolt. They are closer to 1000 grains with the point and nock. FYI, I just ship a full dozen with everything in it to Ludmilla Northern Territory Australia last week.hi from down under the weight difference in the tac arrows are big problem you buy six and not two the same what does one do are firenock arrows any better and how do we get them
If one is happy with what you already have, stick with it. It is like quantify why BMW 335is is a better can than a Honda Civic Si. They both will get the job done. For those who wanted more and know what they wanted, needed, and able to squeeze more, I offer them the ultimate shooting experience.Hmmmmm.... I've had nothing but great results with standard Tac15 arrows.
Can you QUANTIFY the variability you are seeing? How many grains different are the arrows?
So far, the ones that I have received are consistent enough that I don't dare shoot them at the same bull's eye at 50 yards!