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Posted on: Wed, 2008-09-03 18:50

:) I have the terminator 4560 select arrows.

I understand they are no longer avaliable.

Please let me know what my options are.

I am new to archery, I have a Bowtek Alligence set @ 59lbs and my draw lenght is 28.5"

Thanks for your help

Posted on: Thu, 2008-09-04 13:02

Hey Dave,
Welcome to the forums and Welcome to the Wonderful World of Archery!
Now to your question. Unless I didn't get the memo, which has happened before, my 2008 Carbon Express Product Guide shows on pages 16, 17, 18, and 19 the following: Terminator Lite Hunter series shafts, Terminator Lite Select series shafts, and the Teriminator XP Select series shafts still in production and still for sale! All three models offered in 4560 and 6075 sizes.
So it looks like your still in business with what your used to using!
But as far as other options, you can try the Maxima series and Maxima Hunter series which come in 150, 250 and 350 sizes. The Aramid KV series which come in 250 and 350 sizes. Or CX offers the Rebel Hunter series, Rebel Lite series, and Rebel series, all of which come in 4560 and 6075 sizes with the Rebel Hunter even coming in 7590 size.
Now as far as the 150, 250, and 350 sizes, I'd say that the 250 sizes would work well out of your setup also.
Hope that helps bud, and if you need to find out anything that can improve or make you archery experience any better, just ask! There's always someone lurkin' around here that'll answer ya!
Hope that helps Dave, and again welcome to the CX Forums!!!

Posted on: Fri, 2008-09-05 20:55

Not a problem Dave,
If your thinking about changing you might want to think about the Maxima Hunter 250. That'd probably do the trick.
Well if your havin' trouble finding your archery stuff up there, there are plenty of dealers online you can use. I will recommend one,
Lancaster Archery is one of the greats, plus theres plenty more out there!

Posted on: Fri, 2008-09-05 16:59

Thanks so much for the response. I will try and find these arrows. I live in Calgary, Alberta. Sometimes it is a little harder to get the right answers. If I have to swithch arrows do you have a number one pick. I am trying to keep it simple and just adjust my bow once for a specific arrow and just practice. Thanks in advance for your recommendation.
I am mostly a deer hunter with my eyes on going to larger game in a few years with the bow.

Posted on: Wed, 2008-10-01 16:32

Yea man - that Billy gives pretty darn good advice.

Posted on: Wed, 2008-10-01 17:21


when the arrows in the US may dry out, i got an adress in the Netherlands, where you can buy them.
This is a smaller internet shop than Lancaster, but you never know.

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