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What in your opinion is a tuff 600 spine arrow.I,m looking for a lite arrow,not a 10gr. per inch hunting arrow.Right now i have 650 cheetah,s.Man they are fragile.A glancing blow with the target they break.I would like to stay at or under 300gr.total arrow weight.

30-31in. long
2-3in. vanes-
screw in inserts

The cheetahs are 260gr. total

Thanks ,Bill
 

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GT Velocity Hunter 600. Same arrow as the Entrada but $5 cheaper a dozen and they come with the lighter nocks.

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No complaints about my Easton Carbon Ones. In the past two years they've taken some knocks and clatters and they still are intact.
The fletches which haven't been changed either during that time are my secret weapon. Anyone who sees them is too busy laughing to aim straight.....
 
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Victory VAP's.

Their nano diameter results in a very thick walled cross-section...even at far weaker spines than .600 they are still very tough stix and extremely light gpi.

I got my VAP V6's from LAS...$79.95 for a dozen bare shafts with nocks.
 

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GT ultralights. Been beating up the same dozen about 2 years, just bought another dozen. I tried a dozen cheetahs, and could not really tell the difference at my level. Suppose to be a micronanohairmillicentimeter thinner shaft and straighter than the ultralights, but the ultralights are much cheaper and are I believe the same GPI or pretty darn close.
 
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