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I have a 66"bow that is 42# at my draw length and I want to use it for some form work and possible 3D shooting. I draw about 30" and from my past history shooting I think I need an arrow that is spined below a .500 shaft. Anyone aware of a inexpensive carbon arrow shaft that will spine around .600 and is longer than 31"? Thanks.
 

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Hi Marv,

I shoot .600's in all my 3D and form weights. I think you'll find a good price and the length you need by calling Big Jim, or check out his website.

http://www.shop.bigjimsbowcompany.com/Arrow-Shafts-bare-shafts_c21.htm

btw.... After watching you shoot at Compton, I think you'd be okay with 30 3/8" if you're not going to be using broadheads with them. You might want to have someone in the house mark some arrows for you as you draw.
 

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GT Entrada 500 and 600 are 30.5" of carbon. You can stretch that out a little with a Beiter nock.

Radial X-weave STL Hunter 100 is 520 spine and 32" of carbon. I've had good luck with them.

-Grant
 

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Thanks guys for the help. Has anyone tried the Easton Carbon Apollos? I see they come in spines of .560, .610, .670, .740, .840, .950, 1.070, and 1.200 for around $70.00. The .670 are 30", .610 are 30.5", and the .560 are 31".
 
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