Americana Outdoors E-Magazine - November 2022

We’re all still looking as bow hunters for what works best for us, for the exact hunting situation that we’re going to be hunting. I’m a firm believer that you have to match the arrows to the animal that you’re looking to hunt. I always keep that in mind when I start talking about arrows and broadheads. For the typical whitetail hunter, I think you’re in search of an arrow that’s going to be hard-hitting, has great construction, perform well, and will be something that if you make a good shot on the range or in the field, you’re going to clean it up and use that same arrow over and over. A little over a year ago, I’ve been shooting the BlackOut MX6 Carbon Micro Diameter Arrows, and I’m really impressed by their performance. Top to bottom for me so far, these arrows have given me the ability to have a good pass-through and have performed time and time again. The arrow’s micro diameter also works with the MX6 Insert System to deliver better impact energy and deeper penetration. This special insert significantly increases the arrow’s durability where the broadhead connects to the shaft, gives the MX6 a higher front of center measure, and helps the arrow strike game like a hammer to power through bone, hide, and muscle. And for me, that performance has been, without question, perfect.

The only other change I did is I put lighted knocks on my arrows. I love lighted knocks. I mean, I’ve shot them forever and I love to be able to watch that track and see where it goes into the end of the deer. I know there’s places that you can’t necessarily use those, but for me, if it’s legal, you’re going to see a lighted knock on the back of all my arrows. When it comes to business end, I’ve been shooting a 100 grain BlackOut Gator broadheads in these MX6’s and the performance has been phenomenal. It flies fast and it hits hard. And so for my review, I look at this based on last year’s performance, and I couldn’t be happier. You’re going to see it in my quiver when I climb a tree in Kentucky, Kansas, Texas and elsewhere this year, because they performed well for me and for the first time in a couple of years, I don’t feel like I’ve got to be searching for an arrow. Watch the video below for a more in-depth review and give the BlackOut MX6 Carbon Micro Diameter Arrows a look. I think you’re going to be impressed with its performance.

Click the PLAY Button to watch Wade’s full review on the BlackOut MX6 Carbon Micro Diameter Arrows

The MX6’s thin diameter cuts through winds better than standard arrows for better long range accuracy.

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