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    I have 11 of these. Used. Five are fletched 3 @ 4". The rest are bare shaft. They are 28 3/4" long from nock groove to end of carbon. I was fine shooting them at my draw length until I decided to hunt, and then the BH's were way too close to my fingers! Nocks and inserts included. To your...
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    I want to use a 16 lb draw weight bow to focus on form, hook, release, etc. In addition, I hope this practice will help build strength after a long period of inactivity. What arrows should I use? The bow is a 66" takedown recurve and it can easily handle my 27.5" draw as it increases. Material...
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    I imagine this question has been asked before, so apologies if it is a duplicate or has been discussed many times over. I have been bowhunting for about 35 years, 30 of those with a compound. I recently picked up an ILF recurve and have really enjoyed getting back into traditional. I also...
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    I have a 19" Satori riser and just ordered DAS long limbs rated 40lbs on a 19" riser. I have been shooting this riser with Hoyt medium 45lb carbon limbs to this point, but at my draw length I am pulling 53lbs. I am currently shooting 400 spine arrows with a 150grain field point, they are heavy...
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    My 13 year old is shooting more and I think it’s time I get him some arrows that are closer to the spine he a actually needs..he is currently shooting approximately 20# and my mismatched leftover 400s.. I’m not sure what spine he needs? 700-800, idk what the aluminum equivalent is? I’m not...
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    So, I've been shooting barebow for a little over a year now. My rig is a Samick Avante with an 18oz weight in the lowest stab bushin, and Axiom 26lb limbs. Arrows are full length Predator2 800's with 44 grain half outs. I recently upgraded my rest from a cheap $10 bolt on flipper with a lot...
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    I’m completely new to Traditional but I’ve been bowhunting for 12 years so I’m not completely green. I need opinions on the best arrows I should get to learn to shoot and eventually hunt with. I’ve always used Gold Tip so should I stick with that with trad? I’m believe in “buy once cry once”...
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    I’ve been able to tune off the shelf with full length arrows and point weight, is there any reason to cut my arrows down? My DL is 28 1/2” and I shoot instinctive.
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    Beman Centershots are the only traditional arrows my local shop sells, and they're the only arrows I've used. They've held up extremely well to the abuse I subjected them to in my first few months of learning this craft. To make a long story short, I'm getting a Bitz fletching jig for Christmas...
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    I have 9 cedar arrows, lightly used, 29 1/4" BOP, spined 50-55. Changed bows so selling off some arrows. $45 TYD. Please reply with a personal message if interested.
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    10 60 -64 spine cedar arrows,28"'s to nock throat. 7 have 125 grain Wensel Woodsmans mounted ,3 have field points. Field points have been shot,broad heads test fired. $70 TYD in lower 48
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    Is the beman arrows still made? Looks like Lancaster only caries the trad shaft and the white shaft. Looking on Easton’s web page they have the 6.5 instead. Just curious Chad
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    Thinking about giving a small diameter [ .166 ] shaft a try. I'm used to shooting 5/16 shafts. This is out of pure curiosity just to see if I like them or see any advantage in accuracy with them. The problem is I have been shooting the same set up for so long, it seems like any time I make a...
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    Hi, Im new to archery and have been trying to figure out gap shooting for a while now. One thing I keep hearing is that a faster arrow will produce flatter trajectory and thus smaller gaps, makes sense. The thing is I have a target setup in my yard 20 yards away, if I shoot my 53lb 62 inch...
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    Anyone here with a 32” draw that could help me find some arrows for my son? Or have any tips or tricks when you draw that long? I know that a 3Rivers Traditional only comes in 33in but only in 300 spine. The bow is [email protected]”. I live in Wisconsin and he is in Arkansas so I can’t coach him. Thanks, Carl
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    Wondering about this. I've been shooting about 3 years consistently, and Ive found as time goes on I feel I need to shoot fewer and fewer arrows in a session. Currently, I find 30-50 arrows to be about the sweet spot. I used to shoot 100-150 arrows per day and just the thought of doing that now...
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