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SO mine is 57# @ 30.5"

I have tried Maxima blue streaks full length.....250 grain heads and four fletch....seems to be a bit weak testing BS and I will fine tune as I can shorten them a tad.

Seems real sweet so far though...jer

ADD YOUR ARROW MAKES AND SPECS OK GUYS AND GALS

Going to be building some water buff arrows and looking at trying these shafts but I don't have them yet.

FMJ - and Byron Ferguson ones.....will keep you posted..

Thanks jer
 

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On my 56 pound set up I am shooting a 340 spine ICS with 225 up front (100 Grain insert 125 grain head or 190 grain head regular insert and 2 five grain washers to make 225)

On 51 pound limbs 400 Spine ICS with same insert head weight as above

Both cut to 29 inches
 

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Currently using Gold Tip 3555 (.500 spine) Expedition Hunter shafts. Full length uncut (30") running 100gr. screw-in points with a 2" section of alloy footing in front and 1cm section at nock end. I use three 4" shield cut Gateway feathers, bringing the total arrow weight to about 410gr. I'm drawing 45#@27" (just over 9GPP).

I'm curious about the FMJs. They seem like a very nice arrow and have a good bit of weight to them.
 

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56# @28" GT 5575 Accu 11gr Lite insert 190gr BH, I'm at 550gr now will probably finish between 560gr to 580.My bare shaft's at 20 yds were in the X almost Robin Hood a few times,30 yds 3" weak.This has been the easiest bow I have ever tuned in my life.Also I have tried a lot of nocks and have ended up with Easton 3D super nocks 11gr.

Enjoy You All Terry
 
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