Pro Elite Carbon Crossbow Arrows

Pro Elite Carbon Arrow
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Pro Elite Carbon Crossbow Arrows
Pro Elite Carbon Crossbow Arrows is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 94.
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The Pro Elite 20-inch carbon arrow is fletched slightly offset and is fitted with a 68-grain brass insert, 3.5" Bohning X Vanes™ and TenPoint’s neon yellow SuperBrite Omni-Nock and receiver for quick lighted nock installation. Pro Elite shafts are inspected for straightness to within .003 and hand-sorted for weight tolerance to within 2-grains per dozen.

Now Omni-Brite™ 2.0 Ready

Simply remove the yellow Omni-Nock® and install the Omni-Brite 2.0 Lighted Nock System for improved arrow flight visibility.

*Standard-weight / 440-grains

*Available in 3-pack or 6-pack

*Vane colors may vary

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wickedly accurate crossbow bolts! I first became aware of Pro Elite Carbon bolts after borrowing my younger brother's TenPoint crossbow three seasons ago. When I purchased my own TenPoint Titan Extreme crossbow, I just naturally wanted the same speed and power in my bolts as I'd experienced with my brother's crossbow. The practice groups are small, so small that I only shoot at the same spot a couple of times before using a different targeting area. No Robin Hooding for my bolts! In the field, they fly true and always deliver a punch that has consistently required less than 100 yards of tracking. More will be on order for my upcoming birthday (spring turkey is just around the corner)!
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pro Elite Carbon True and straight arrows. Great quality. Work well with the Omni Knocks.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very consistent grooups I purchased a 6 pack of the Pro Elite Omni-Brite 2.0 arrows (HEA-638.6) and a 6 pack of the standard Pro Elite (HEA-620.3) arrows. Because of the cost difference my plan was to use the standard arrows for target practice and the Omni-Brite arrows for hunting. The standard arrows were great, very consistent. I decided to shoot just one of the lighted arrows to verify that they flew the same as the others. The first time I removed the nock to turn off the light the whole insert came out of the shaft. No big deal, I simply glued it back in but I had big problems with the arrow not grouping with the standard arrows. I was about to call Ten Point and return all 6 of the Omni-Brite arrows when I noticed a wear mark on the down vane. After close inspection of all the arrows it appeared that the nock was not aligned properly with the down vane of the arrow. Given all the indents on the omni-nock I assumed it didn't make any difference how the nock was installed. Believe me, it makes a big difference. At least it does on my Turbo GT. You need to make certain that two of the opposing indents on the Omni-Nock are aligned perpendicular to the down vane of the arrow. I used a tooth pick placed across opposing indents in the nock to insure it was perpendicular to the vane and the arrow now flies perfectly, grouping tightly with the standard arrows. Don't know why they have 5 indents on the nocks when only two are used if aligned properly. My other complaint about the arrows is that both the standard and the Omni-Brite came with glossy white down vanes. The two arrows in the quiver stick out like a sore thumb due to the white vanes. Waving a white Kleenex around your tree stand or blind might do a better job of attracting the attention of deer or other critters but not by much. There are few things in the woods that are pure white. A deer's rear end and my arrows are two of them. I used a permanent felt tip marker to paint them black. Whoever's idea it was to use glossy white vanes needs to spend some time in a tree stand trying to be invisible.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great arrows Had bad problems with other brands of carbon arrows before, and went to XX75 aluminums as they always grouped tighter without any arrow tuning. But I have to say these Pro-Elites are outstanding carbon arrows. I have 6 of them and with field points and Rage 125 Hypodermics, all six are tack drivers. Other brands of carbons had spine issues and required "tuning' to get to group. And then, there were still some that would not group. I believe I have found my "go to" arrow for my Turbo GT, and will likely buy some more.
Date published: 2017-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Omni knock review I bought a six pack of the arrows for my daughter's crossbow with Omni nocks. The grooves in the knocks are not deep enough to hold the string on the arrow. Yes, my daughters crossbow is not the most expensive on the market, but I have no problems with other arrows. The string went under the arrow when fired 2 times and the second time the bow blew up and the string came off. I am concerned that I might have done damage to the crossbow. Arrows are good to go, the Omni nocks need to go back to the drawing board.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good arrows The pro elite arrows fly very true from my Stealth FX4. Small groups at 75 yards are not a problem
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pro elite carbon w/new style fletchings I've order the older style and loved them. These I just bought a new pack and the one white fletching breaks off. I thought maybe it was just that one,nope all six. This is an easy fix,just add some more glue. It's suck when your out in the field and you grab one to load and the fletching is half off. I'm going to fix mine but I might be looking around for a diff product next time.
Date published: 2017-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pro Elite Carbon Arrows Excellent all around arrow! So far I am still shooting the original arrows I purchased with the bow. I have shot 2 whitetail deer, with one arrow ending up buried in a tree, and it is still as true as the day I bought it. Seemingly indestructible!
Date published: 2017-03-07
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Bought my invader G3 last spring and it came with 3 WickedRidge carbon arrows 400g. Didn't see that the ProElite weighs 440 and fatter than my orig arrows are. I would like to buy some more arrows. Are these pro elites going to effect my current sight in?

Asked by: xbow55
With all due respect. They are a larger diameter than the wicked ridge carbon arrow. I put a micrometer on them because they looked larger, and they are. Is the weight enough I need to resight the crossbow?
Answered by: xbow55
Date published: 2018-10-09

Recently purchased a Horton Vortec. What speed would I get withers compared to the arrows that came with the Vortec which are 100 grains? Would these be a good choice?

Asked by: Charlie102
The Pro Elite arrows are about 30 grains heavier and will shoot about 10 fps sower, but carry a couple pounds more kinetic energy. Yes, the Pro Elite is a good choice and our most popular arrow.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-10-09

I use XX75 will the Pro Elite Carbon be safe for a Stealth X-2.

Asked by: MickeyG
Yes, the Pro Elites will work well.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-10-08

Is the Pro Elite Easton Carbon 10 point arrow a standard, lightweight or heavy weight arrow?

Asked by: BillH
The ProElite is a standard or mid weight arrow.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-10-08

Are all Pro Elite bolts 400 ish grain (I've seen 427 and 440 on the FAQ section) and are all practice tips supplied 100 grain? I've seen conflicting information around the web. I bought an Invader G3 about a year ago that came with Pro Elite bolts.

Asked by: Erik
The 2017 Pro Elites weigh 425 grains. The 2018 version, which have the Omni Brite ready receiver in them weigh about 432 grains and the lighted version weigh about 440 grains. That is why you have different weight info.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-10-01

You list the weight of Pro Elite bolts as 440 grains. Does that include the field point?

Asked by: NickG
Yes, the 440 grains is the total arrow weight, including the tip.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-10-01

I just purchased a Wicked Ridge Invader X4. I also purchased HEA 630.6 Pro Elite bolts. What is the weight of the field point supplied with these arrows? Also, should I purchase special broadheads or can I use what I have if the weight is correct?

Asked by: Rob G
The field tips are 100s. I would suggest Spitfire crossbow version or Slingblades.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-09-12

Just purchased a Wicked Ridge Invader x4, would like to use the prolite bolt with the Excalibur Boltcutter 3-blade 150 gram broadhead. I think this would be a total weight of 420 grams. What do you think of this combination?

Asked by: Louis333
That should work fine.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2018-09-03
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