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Introducing the Easton Deep Six FMJ

Introducing the Easton Deep Six FMJ

Easton was on hand at the 2014 ATA Show in Nashville, Tenn., for the release of its newest arrow, the Deep Six FMJ. The Deep Six FMJ features a carbon core with aerospace alloy coating that works to strengthen the arrow. What makes the Deep Six FMJ unique is the smaller diameter, which reduces friction on the arrow, allows for deeper penetration and reduces the chances of the arrow being affected by a crosswind. The Deep Six FMJ has a suggested retail of $114.99 and is available now.

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