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#5948365 - 09/26/15 10:48 PM Help on arrows
CamB Offline
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Registered: 09/19/15
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okay, if I'm pulling 65# 28in draw, would 340 Easton Axis arrows with 100gr tip be okay to shoot? Or will it hurt accuracy with my draw length and weight? I'm currently shooting 400 beemans but I want to switch it up.

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#5948390 - 09/26/15 11:09 PM Re: Help on arrows [Re: CamB]
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I'm shooting FMJ's 400's with 28" dl @ 72#

I don't know ton's about arrow spine, but I think you'd be okay with the 340's

You trying to increase your arrow weight?
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#5948409 - 09/26/15 11:27 PM Re: Help on arrows [Re: CamB]
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A lot depends on which bow you are shooting hard cam speed bow will need a stiffer arrow, if the 340s are a little stiff for your setup you could go with a heavier broad head to offset the heavier spine.

Bet those will work for you though.
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#5948563 - 09/27/15 07:59 AM Re: Help on arrows [Re: CamB]
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I'm shooting a Mathews Creed xs so not super fast but pretty quick, and I'm just trying to get better pass throughs the beemans were good I just didn't get pass throughs especially on swhackers barely on rage 2 blade but I was shooting a different now last year, just looking for a better all around arrow. Thank tall for everything

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#5949394 - 09/27/15 06:51 PM Re: Help on arrows [Re: kmon1]
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Originally Posted By: kmon1
A lot depends on which bow you are shooting hard cam speed bow will need a stiffer arrow, if the 340s are a little stiff for your setup you could go with a heavier broad head to offset the heavier spine.

Bet those will work for you though.


I agree; 400 spine is best for your set up.
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