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    Quote Originally Posted by CutTheLoop View Post
    I know a guy who will certainly be using those this year.
    The neat thing about the Pro Pins is they don't seem to follow a pre-xisting hole like regular points sometimes do... they tend to make their own... this can be a good thing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVI View Post
    The neat thing about the Pro Pins is they don't seem to follow a pre-xisting hole like regular points sometimes do... they tend to make their own... this can be a good thing...

    I shot the link to Tommy Gomez... if hasn't started using them already, I bet he will.

    I recall at least 20+ points he dumped at Hattiesburg last year, glancing off of pin nocks.

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    I shot with Terry on Saturday... I was impressed on how well he shot and judged. He is a very nice guy to shoot with too.

    best arrow flight I have ever saw...amazing to see how well those quick-spins flew those arrows

    Levi was shooting easton 2412's he said the weighed 400 grains..(I forgot exact number)

    I shot 400 goldtips..they only weighed 311 grains..they group well, but the also deflect bad when they hit/glance those large 2x4's is the 12 ring...got an 8 and a 5 because of glance outs...

    Had a great time...bet I won't be shooting wimpy arrows in Columbus

    Hefty,Hefty,Hefty !

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    Reynolds has got something going on with this bow for sure.
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    Do these points with the needle tips help with bouncing off other pin nocks and do they also help by making their own hole in the target. What I am trying to determine is what are their advantage over a typical point.

    One other question is that I have is this. I only shoot 55 lb draw weight. Is there anyway that I could use a xxx with a 100 grain point. From what it looks like it would be way over spined. If I want a big shaft arrow, what would you suggest for my setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim p View Post
    Do these points with the needle tips help with bouncing off other pin nocks and do they also help by making their own hole in the target. What I am trying to determine is what are their advantage over a typical point.

    One other question is that I have is this. I only shoot 55 lb draw weight. Is there anyway that I could use a xxx with a 100 grain point. From what it looks like it would be way over spined. If I want a big shaft arrow, what would you suggest for my setup.

    From what I read, they are designed to punch through pin nocks.

    xxx would probably be too stiff w/55#. Might try Carbon Express CXL 150 for that draw weight. Maybe Line Jammer 250's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Reynolds has got something going on with this bow for sure.
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    He has been busting his butt off this year. He is a great guy. You will be seeing him up towards the top all this year.
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