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    Default Gold Tip X-Cutter

    Does one arrow really shoot well on ALL bows? In all the adds I see for this there is no mention of size or spine. Can anyone shed some light on these? I see X-Cutter, Pro, XT, ultralight. Is the difference only the streightness factor? Per Ontarget software they are all .250 spine, But I do not see that info anywhere else. My set-up requires a .500 spine. How stiff is TOO stiff?
    Now, were is my Winchester..??????

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    All x-cutters are .250 spin. The pros are .001 and the ultralights are.006.
    I think these are the best arrow out there for the price and shootabality. I shoot 3D and target. And the bigger shaft has helped me pick up a few points.

    I have never had a problem shooting a stiffer arrow. My son shoots the series 22 a .300 spine out of his 27 in draw and 50 lb bow and they shoot better than the 500 that easton claims he should shoot.
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    The ultra lites have a .600,.500,.400,.300 avaliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSS Shooter View Post
    The ultra lites have a .600,.500,.400,.300 avaliable.
    I believe these are a different arrow from the X-Cutter.

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    You are correct. I don't know of any fat shafts in that lite of a spine. But I could be wrong. That happens alot.

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    Easton fatboy may go to a .500 spine but I cant say with out looking it up. But I do know they have a varity of spines in the fat shaft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathews Man View Post
    Easton fatboy may go to a .500 spine but I cant say with out looking it up. But I do know they have a varity of spines in the fat shaft.
    The Fatboy has a 500 spine...

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