TenPoint Crossbows 6pk Pro Elite Arrows

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Before you head out to the field or target practice, make sure your arrows are ready for the challenge with the TenPoint Crossbows 6pk Pro Elite Arrows. These durable arrows are carefully crafted from carbon while the Omni-Brite Nock is easy to install, so you can spend more time in the field. With a weight tolerance of two-grains per dozen, these arrows are fitted with a 38-grain brass insert. Whether you're new to archery or you're ready for a new type of hunting, make sure you're ready for the hunt with the TenPoint Crossbows 6pk Pro Elite Arrows. 

  • Vane colors may vary 
  • Durable, carbon arrow  
  • SuperBrite Omni-Nock 
  • Fitted with a 38-grain brass insert 
  • Inspected for straightness up to.003 
  • Weight tolerance of 2-grains per dozen 
  • Receiver for quick lighted nock installation 
  • Amount: 6 total 
  • Arrow Size: 20-inch 
  • Standard Weight: 425 gm. 

Customer Reviews

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Pro elite carbon crossbow arrow
I have had a couple of the nocks break, but overall it is a good straight shooting arrow.
October 8, 2019
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Pro elite crossbow arrows
Name you can trust, and products to depend on for the investment. I’m very pleased with TenPoint!
August 28, 2019
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Decent arrows and the alpha nock system is awesome
The alpha nocks come ready for the alpha Brite lite. Check and shoot your arrows. Out of six I found two that shoot 2 inches low. Seem be be of decent quality, will know more as I shoot them. TenPoint has been excellent in answering some questions on my Shadow NXT. Look forward to getting in the woods with it. Can’t really find the stick lite on their website that specifies use for the alpha nock system without the nocks though.
August 24, 2019
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Haven’t harvested a deer with these arrows yet, but target shooting they fly great.
July 18, 2019
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Pro Elite Carbons
I like shooting heavier stiff arrows from my bow and Crossbow. Speed should not be the only concern. This heavier arrow hits hard, flys stable and penetrates completely with a great broad head. All animals harvested have been complete pass throughs except for a 40 yard shot that went completely through a large doe’s body length wise and lodged in the brisket
March 4, 2019
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Straight Shooters
The Omni-Nock system is great in the dark of early morning when you don’t want to turn on a flashlight to make sure the arrow is in correct.
February 23, 2019
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Fly straight
I've been using pro elite bolts for since I first started shooting my first Tenpoint which was a Titan HLX. I've killed numerous deer and shot these bolts hundreds of times in practice. I've damaged very few fletching's and had a couple of broken shafts from deer. These bolts fly true and straight with my longest shot being approximately 35 yards.
February 22, 2019
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The first crossbow I have owned
I received 3 arrows with the purchase of my new Wicked Ridge Invader G3 Crossbow. I wanted a few extra arrows so I purchased 6 more Pro Elite Carbon Crossbow arrows. It didn’t take me long to sight in the crossbow but I was having trouble with one arrow that came with the crossbow. It flew low and to the right compared to all the rest. I switched nocks too but no change in its flight. The other arrows all flew true and I would shoot at different points so not to tear any up. I would have given 5 stars except for the one that didn’t fly like the rest. I would also purchase these arrows again.
February 21, 2019
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Pro elite arrows
Arrows were accurate and yielded a 45 yard harvest of an antlerless deer from a wicked ridge G3.
February 21, 2019
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Great Bolts!
I love these. They are as accurate as anything I've seen. Lightweight and strong. I expect them to last for years. Highly recommended!
February 20, 2019
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