Beman White Box Arrow Review
Next on my list of archery product reviews is the Beman White Box Arrows.
The Beman White Box Arrow’s claim to fame is they are ready to shoot out of the box and is the main reason why I chose them.
Beman White Box Arrows are a carbon arrow that is designed to shoot in bow systems up to 70 pounds of draw weight.
The arrows weigh a total of 420 grains, including the 100-grain field tip. The arrow itself feels sturdy, and I have had no issues with the field tip. I read a few reviews that the field tip was a slightly larger diameter than the shaft making it hard to pull the arrow out of targets, but I have not witnessed this issue at all.
The Beman White Box Arrow system come precut at 29.5” inches with the nock and tip insert preinstalled and ready to shoot. Being ready to shoot was a huge selling point for myself as I don’t live near an archery shop, I know little to nothing about cutting a carbon arrow, and I have never installed a tip insert or nock before so having everything already done was a significant selling point.
My draw length is 30 inches, and these arrows fit perfectly in my Diamond Edge SB-1. I was incredibly impressed by how well they shoot and overall I am impressed with the quality of the arrow.
I guarantee that my shooting ability is still well below the design of these arrows, but regardless, I have had some impressive groupings, and they have held up great through 500+ shots.
And, oh yeah, I am Robin Hood with these arrows!!!
For the beginner that isn’t comfortable building their arrows, the ‘White Box’ arrows are perfect, and overall I am extremely satisfied with the Beman White Box Arrow system.