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    After almost 3 months of trial, error and experimentation, I've finally built a set of arrows that fly pretty much perfectly out of my Venom when I'm shooting York rounds. My point of aim is just below the gold at 60 yards, in the white ring @ 12o'clock at 80 yards and an inch over the boss at...
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    Looking for suggestion on making a 400 spine arrow work with my setup. Already have the arrows. Shooting a tradtech titan 40 lb limbs but looking at going up to 45 lb for hunting. DL is 29.5” Normally shoot 500 spine with 175grain up front, tip + insert. If 400 is too stiff I would just sell...
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    im about to buy some aluminums for my 45lb carsage recurve. my draw is 28" and my striker plate is set to centershot.the easton aviator 600s i have right now are cut to 29-3/8" with a 125gr point and 3" feathers in 4 fletch.i need to know whether to get 1916s or 2016s. my arrows have to be...
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    I just bought a 45lb recurve bow, and I now need to know what kind, weight, brand, etc. of arrows to buy. This is my first bow, and I don't really know anything about archery. I calculated my draw length as 30.4in by taking my wing span(78in) and dividing it by 2.5. If this is not the correct...
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    I am ready to purchase my first recurve and have been researching for months. I currently hunt whitetail with a 70lb Mathews Drenalin Compound. I'm 6'2 250lbs with a 29in draw length. I have pretty much decided on purchasing a Martin Hunter as there is something about the Martin bows that I...
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