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I'm shooting these with a 45-pound Hungarian horse bow from Longbowmaker. This is a self-bow, no quiver or anything. Pure tradition, I paid the full price of these arrows myself, which is not paid or sponsored in any way. This is my personal experience of a great product, and I hate paid reviews with passion. The main reason I rate these arrows as 4 stars instead of 5 stars is because the plug-in is not epoxidized in place. I like that these tips are still removable, although I do put them in place, because these are just my goal arrows, and having a permanent Nock is stupid because some people like to replace them immediately, but sticking to them can be annoying for some people. I can understand that. Advantages: 1) these arrows are straight and real. At 20 yards, if I didn't make any kind of mistake, I could circle all the axes in a circle the size of a tennis ball. At 40 Mel 50 yards, they still landed within a 3-inch radius of the intended target, if I hadn't made a formal mistake, so I think it's fair to say that they shot very well. At about 150 yards, I spent most of my time within four feet of my intended target, which was a formal error when I was away. 2) these arrows are surprisingly durable. Far better than my first set of fiberglass. They are not invincible, but neither is my winning archery decimal system, and to be honest, their breakage rate is almost the same. I shoot 150 Mel 200 arrows a day, shoot foam targets with my bow 7 days a week, and shoot 1 Mel 2 days away from my girlfriend most weeks.