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    Do weight tubes affect spine? Surely they do. I assume there is no way of knowing how much except through much "trial and arrows" :lol:
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    Anybody tried weight tubes in 2317's ? I have some 2317's ,inserts will not work for what I am playing with and I need more weight in the shaft.
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    I'm using Gold Tip 3555 arrows 29" with 145gr points. Shooting a recurve 45# @ 28". My arrows weigh 422gr. Is this a good weight for this bow? Should I add weight tubes to bring them up some? Also, I want to use Magnus Buzzcut 2 blade broadheads but, I can only find them in 125gr. My bow...
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    Shooting Easton .500 Lightspeeds in my 40# Stallion Classic. Arrows are 31.875" long and using 85gr points with Gateway 4" fletching. Total weight is 320 grains +/- and 8 grains per pound. For hunting this year I was thinking of using 2 gpi weight tubes. That would bring me up to 384 grains...
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    I have been reading as much as possible before attempting my first cedar arrows. One thing I can't seem to find anywhere is what the standard procedure is for cleaning and storing unused lacquer in dip tubes. I am using a Big Dipper with gasket laquer, and a little dipper for crown dips. What do...
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    Has anyone used 3 Rivers weight tubes? I want to add a little weight to the nock end of my Carbon Express arrow to stiffen it up. My bareshafting showed my arrows weak, however, I can shoot a perfect bullet hole in paper.:thankyou:
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