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    Question Aluminum Arrows

    Does anyone still shoot aluminum arrows?I shot 2314 XX78s for years and loved them.The only reason I changed was durability.
    If you shoot aluminum,let us know what you shoot.Arrow weight,Speed if known.....

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    I shoot them for indoor spots.
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    When I shot spots a few years ago,I shot 2512 X7s......Line cutters.

    Brandon
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    Default Aluminum still Rocks

    I shoot 2219's for everything right now but am looking for something new for 3D. My arrows are XX75 2219 31" 125grain tips blazer vanes at about 550grains total. Speed is around 230fps at 70#DW. Not fast but WOW the kinetic energy. Not many guys around here still shoot aluminum so I am slowly turning to the dark side (carbon) Come on there has got to be more guys on here that shoot aluminum.


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    I just recently made the switch to carbons when I bought my new bow. I still use the gamegetter 2217's with my old bow.
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