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    Looking at both GT and Three Rivers charts the recommended spine is much much stiffer than I use for full length arrows. Am I not seeing something?
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    Checking out spine charts for recurves and long bows the recommended arrow spines seem on the stiff side to what I find tuning my recurves. I am wondering if others here find the same thing? I end up with one size weaker with more head weight. The arrows I use are full length GT Traditional...
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    Playing with a self made spine tester and looking for light arrows for selfbows Would anyone know the equal spine markings like .800 and .700 in wood arrow language like 25-30#? thanks, mika
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    I've been shooting for a while now, I always looked at the carbon arrow charts on three rivers and such and bought my arrow shafts based off that.. To me they seem to fly well seemingly straight? Whenever I have one go slightly off course I blame it on my form or something different I did. I...
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    Came across this on AIUK, and thought it deserved some publicity. JoeTapley: The Easton arrow selection chart is based on the draw weight and the "correct arrow length". If your correct arrow length is 30" then 30" is the length you use for arrow selection irrespective of the actual...
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    is there such a thing as an "accurate" spine chart for trad shooters?
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    I have heard from many sources that the Easton spine charts are about two sizes too stiff, as far as aluminum's go. My question is, one, does this also apply to Eastons carbon shafts, and two, does this also apply to Beman shafts too? Thanks for your time.
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    hey guys....trying to figure out my total arrow weight. could someone tell me or help me out? my arrows are 30.5" 2018, 100gr.point,and 5in. feathers...i looked every where for a chart and couldn't find one....anyways i would like to know how many gpi it is and total weight:help:
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    I have been trying to use the easton spine charts to get an idea what shafts to start with. The chart gives way different recomendations from the computer program on the easton web site. For example, using a 1816 shaft with a 40# draw wt, the chart says 29". The computer says 26" or 29" with a...
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    I need help. I am looking for carbon shafts. I am having trouble making heads and tails of charts. I think part fo teh problem is that I am getting partial charts and have not yet found a comprehensive chart. I have noticed that there seems to be two or three rating systems out there which...
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