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The Microflite arrows are fiberglass tubing. They were available in sizes 1 through 12 and were originally a single company, the name I cannot remember. Bear Archery bought the company in the late 1960s or very early 1970s and the quality of the shafts immediately went downhill. I do remember that they were very durable but much heavier than aluminum for the same spine.

Are the black arrows aluminum? If so, they may be X7 alloy. There was a period when the Easton label was very faint, if that is what they are.

If they are indeed black X7s, they and the Microflite arrows are not of the same time period.
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