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JEREMIAH JOHNSON
09-26-2007, 07:14 PM
I think I just got ripped off???? Anyone have an idea how much 6 aluminum 2117 xx75 arrows should cost??? It just cost me $44.82 I know it's been awhile since I bought arrows but jeez, is that the right price??? :shock:

Brdnspr
09-26-2007, 07:17 PM
Seems a bit much ? I'm buying carbons for less than that...

So yes I think you got ripped off !

Brdnspr
09-26-2007, 07:22 PM
Yep - Quick net search yeilded this -


Easton XX75 LEGACY ARROW SHAFT -- 12 PER PACKSize: 2117
7178-T9 alloy construction. Full diameter taper swedge. Uses conventional nocks. Wood grain Perma Graphic pattern is reminiscent of cedar, four point footed arrows.

$58.48

JEREMIAH JOHNSON
09-26-2007, 09:26 PM
I found the same exact arrows that I bought at cabelas 12 for 69 bucks, that's around 10 bucks cheaper. I might have to go and cancel the order tomorrow and they better not give me any chit :x

firemedic3314
09-29-2007, 11:50 PM
Hell.........I just had 4 carbons stripped and refletched plus bought 2 brand new carbons. Cost me all of 19 dollars.

Sinclairville Shurfine.........Scott Dibble is the owner...good dude.....lots of good huntin stuff.

09-30-2007, 12:12 AM
I think I just got ripped off???? Anyone have an idea how much 6 aluminum 2117 xx75 arrows should cost??? It just cost me $44.82 I know it's been awhile since I bought arrows but jeez, is that the right price??? :shock:

Aluminum metal prices are way up...I do know that.

Scrap prices are dropping but everyone still has a lot invested in stock they bought while the price was high.

Copper and lead are the same way......

I wouldn't look for retail products to drop in price much though, once a bar has been set and folks pay the price, it tends to stay that way.

Look at gasoline...........

JEREMIAH JOHNSON
09-30-2007, 09:35 AM
Maybe i'd be better off throwing a gallon of gas on a deer??? :lol: I know what ya mean about the price of aluminum, We save all of our metal scrap at work and aluminum is a biggie, stainless too. It's kinda funny people are always trying to climb into our stainless dumpster to steal the scrap but they don't even think about the aluminum that's alot easier to get to.