A/C™ Deep Six Injexion™

Sizes: 450, 400, 330

“Hardest hitting down range.”

-Gary Cornum
  • Factory Crested
  • Pre-installed Deep Six Nock
  • Deep Six3 steel G HIT inserts – included
  • Deep Six3 steel field points – sold separately
  • Deep Six3 broadheads – sold separately
  • High-strength carbon fiber bonded to a precision 7075 alloy core
  • Guaranteed straightness: ± .002
  • Weight tolerance: ± 0.5 grains
  • Polished 9-micron finish
A/C™ Deep Six Injexion™
SizeShaft WeightSpine @28" SpanStock LengthDeep Six HIT InsertDeep Six NockDeep Six Field Point
GPIDeflection in inchesInchesGrainsGrains100/125 Grains
  • Deep Six Nock available in deep red and blue.
  • Injexion uses only the Deep Six inserts, points and broadheads. Deep Six G HIT inserts include chamfer stone, installation tool and epoxy.
  • Deep Six inserts, broadheads and points work together as a system and will not work with the older 8-32 conventional thread.

Precision Easton carbon construction augmented with the advantages of Deep Six technology create the extreme-level performance Carbon Injexion. Incredibly tight weight and spine precision, and unprecedented toughness make Carbon & A/C Injexion a deadly companion for your successful hunt.


Easton arrows, produced with our advanced technology and manufacturing processes, deliver uniform spine between all arrow shafts of the same size, and 360 degrees around each shaft. With Easton, you know that your next arrow will fly like the last.


Our straightness measurements are actual, and surpass, with a far more stringent straightness requirement, ATA/ASTM industry standard. We measure straightness based on the full length of the shaft, minus two inches, which makes Easton arrows the most accurate in the industry. What we say is what you get — and better.


Accuracy requires weight consistency. Different weights will cause arrows to hit higher or lower. We adhere to strict weight tolerances in every arrow we manufacture, guaranteeing consistent arrow performance. Whether you're aiming for gold, or bearing down on a trophy elk, you know that the critical shot you're about to take will be as perfect as your practice shot.