Easton Full Metal Jacket Named Best Crossbow Arrow

Easton FMJ Receives Game & Fish Sportsman Reader’s Choice Award.

Easton Full Metal Jacket Crossbow Arrow
Easton Full Metal Jacket Crossbow Arrow
Traditions Performance Firearms
Traditions Performance Firearms

Las Vegas, NV --(Ammoland.com)- The July/August issue of Game & Fish/Sportsman magazines featured the Reader’s Choice Award winners naming Easton Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) as the winner for crossbow arrows.

Publisher Peter Gross states, “Our readers are hard core hunters and we’re extremely interested in their opinions about what works in the field.”

This survey was sent to their monthly subscribers, which includes 400,000 households and was also featured on their website, gameandfishmag.com. The Game & Fish Sportsman Reader’s Choice Award winners will receive their awards at the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

Shane Michelli, President of Easton comments, “We are absolutely honored to receive recognition from the end consumer. As a company we strive to produce the best products on the market and are proud to make the FMJ in the USA. Our entire team works nonstop to develop new ways to increase the effectiveness of Easton arrows and this is one way that shows the efforts are working.”

Easton developed and perfected aluminum carbon hybrid shaft technology for the highest level of archery up to, and including, Olympic competition. The FMJ Crossbow arrow takes full advantage of Easton’s advanced processes using a high-strength, thick-walled carbon core clad in an aerospace alloy metal jacket. The resulting arrow pulls energy from the bow and delivers it to the target resulting in more effective penetration and quicker kills.

For more information about the FMJ for crossbow, visit www.eastonarchery.com.

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