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    Default Gold Tip Triple X pro

    Have you guys seen these? Good Lord talk about telephone poles! One of the guys down here was gonna try and shoot em, he was at 540grains and it was still walkin a little!
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    Default Really are good arrows

    Levi Morgan was shooting them at Vegas. He tied the best there for three days.

    They really shot well for me.

    They equal the 2712 Easton arrows. They are logs.
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    Default makes sense

    the shop i been shootin at is in Waynesville, NC, Levi Morgan is from nearby Rosman, thos guys pay pretty close attn to what hes shootin
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    Default He is a great ambassador for the sport

    Quote Originally Posted by Ange View Post
    the shop i been shootin at is in Waynesville, NC, Levi Morgan is from nearby Rosman, thos guys pay pretty close attn to what hes shootin
    I noticed when they annouced him in the shoot off at Vegas. The crowd gave him an excellant applause. Levi has always shown me to be a super nice guy and always willing to help others. I love his show.
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    One of the guys at my club is shooting them. they are huge....

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    If I'm not mistaken I believe Tim Gillingham was shooting these at the Fl ASA this year. Talk about blocking out the twelve on the other guys!!
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    Default I did at Vegas

    and got 3rd Place and the arrow won all 3 top places in the Championship bowhunter Class I went to DB club several weeks ago and shot a 300 60X with 55 i/O they shoot well//
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    Default Was impressive Chris

    Quote Originally Posted by bout View Post
    and got 3rd Place and the arrow won all 3 top places in the Championship bowhunter Class I went to DB club several weeks ago and shot a 300 60X with 55 i/O they shoot well//
    Cant remember the last time I saw a round shot so clean. This is with a BHFS set up. Here a picture of his target.
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    i am shooting them for 3d.100 grain point duravane fusion 407 grains 284 fps.

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    Nobody having spine issues with these with the spine being .150 according to Gold Tip's site? I figured that was way to stiff but apparently not. Seems to be working for quite a few. I might have to try them in my 70# Bowtech.

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    Default They shoot very well

    I have been shooting Goldtip arrows exclusively now for the last 6 years and I must say these Triple X's shoot better than anything I have ever shot before. My arrows only weigh 450 grs. and I shoot them at relatively low poundage (50 lbs)

    Here is a 300 30x vegas round I shot with them this month. Many people are having great results with these. And yes they are telephone poles! They are actually a few thou larger in diameter than 2712's
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    I saw these.. The tips are evil looking! But i heard that with these the whole spine/weight issue doesnt apply.. i witnessed many X's being hit.
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    Default Great Shooting Jon

    Quote Originally Posted by x-ring View Post
    I have been shooting Goldtip arrows exclusively now for the last 6 years and I must say these Triple X's shoot better than anything I have ever shot before. My arrows only weigh 450 grs. and I shoot them at relatively low poundage (50 lbs)

    Here is a 300 30x vegas round I shot with them this month. Many people are having great results with these. And yes they are telephone poles! They are actually a few thou larger in diameter than 2712's
    Now that some really fine shooting. Jon just curious how much weight are shooting shooting in the front end?
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    Dan -

    Shooting my arrows with 150gr. points in them. Arrows are cut at 27 3/4" fletched helical with 4 vanetec HP vanes in a 90 degree config. All the same specs I was using for the last few years except for the 2" HP vanes.

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    Not to get off topic but does anyone know what release BOUT shoots?
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    Default It use to be a Stans

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Not to get off topic but does anyone know what release BOUT shoots?
    Not sure which one he uses. But he has posted in the past it was a Stans!
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    I should be throwing some together early next week I plan on setting some up for 3D - 27”ers with the 100 grain points as well as setting some up some for Indoor spots at 27 Ύ” and I will set these up starting at 110 grains and working my way up but no more than 150 grains. I would not be surprised from all of my info that’s theses will shoot lights out for indoor at 110-130 grains

    My indoor setup Mathews Conquest 4 set at 48 lbs and a 29.1/5” draw
    Fletched w/ 4- Vanes – 2” HPs from Vane Tec
    Shot off of a Spring Steel 1

    My indoor IBO 3D bow Mathews Apex 7 set at 66-68 lbs and a 29 ½” draw
    Fletched w/4 – Vanes – 1.5 HPs from Vane Tec
    Shot off of a JDX infinity Limb Slammer –

    I really do expect great results with the GT Triple Xs
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    Default I shoot a stan for paper and Tru-Fire for Pop-UP

    that way I switch gears in my head ..... where did you guys get the lighter points for the triple x (what fits)
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    Default and I am a comand shooter( Good puncher) LOL

    Just so you know it is not safe in the shop if I have a true back tension I can do it but it is not pretty
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    Gold Tip also has 100 Grain Tips for the Triple Xs and then you can tweak this weight higher with the weight components.

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