First Look: Easton Sonic 6.0 Hunting Arrow

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posted on May 3, 2022
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The Easton Sonic 6.0 is a 6mm hunting arrow engineered with speed and accuracy in mind. The Sonic 6.0 is built from scratch in the USA, using Easton’s seamless Acu-Carbon process for the ultimate weight and spine consistency from shaft to shaft and from dozen to dozen.

The lighter overall mass weight of Sonic 6.0 also provides for a wider range of arrow build options; from lightweight speed setups to high-FOC/high-momentum heavyweights that carry a punch downrange.

The arrow features another Easton first—factory-fletched helical utilizing a two-inch Bully vane, designed exclusively for Easton by Bohning to provide the utmost in broadhead accuracy. For those who prefer to build their own, it is also available in a bare-shaft configuration.

Sonic 6.0 is available in six spines (250, 300, 340, 400, 500, and 600) providing an option for virtually every type of bowhunter. The arrows are compatible with standard 8-32 thread broadheads; field points and comes pre-installed with Easton 6mm H nocks.

For more information, check out eastonarchery.com.

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