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    Default 3D arrow choice

    I am shooting a Hoyt Maxxis 35 at 62# 27.5" draw.

    I had decided on Easton Lightspeeds 400 spine and ordered a dozen. I heard yesterday that there was no stock available and have since been looking for another arrow. What can you guys recommend and why? I would prefer Easton or Carbon Express because those are the 2 brands that I should "easily" be able to get my hands on in a "short" time. I'd like the arrow to weigh around 350 grains.

    Thanks in advance,

    ZA
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    Quote Originally Posted by za_boy View Post
    I am shooting a Hoyt Maxxis 35 at 62# 27.5" draw.

    I had decided on Easton Lightspeeds 400 spine and ordered a dozen. I heard yesterday that there was no stock available and have since been looking for another arrow. What can you guys recommend and why? I would prefer Easton or Carbon Express because those are the 2 brands that I should "easily" be able to get my hands on in a "short" time. I'd like the arrow to weigh around 350 grains.

    Thanks in advance,

    ZA
    ever tried gold tips? if you ever do youll be hooked. the expedition hunters are what sells the best for hunting. can get a dozen for 49.99 unfletched.

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    cxl 250's are awesome 3-d arrows. The cx maxima's are great too.

    There are a lot of guys shooting Easton Fatboys, you might give them a try if the others are not available.

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    You ever think about Victorys? The V-Force are good arrows and although I don't know which part of SA you're in, I'm pretty sure there's a dealer in KZN.

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    I forgot about the Victory's, I will look into them, thanks. How popular are Fatboys for 3D, I would have thought a fat arrow wouldn't be the best choice for outdoor archery?

    Thanks again,

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    Hoyt Maxxis 35 81lbs | 28" 577gr @ 257fps
    Hoyt Maxxis 35 62lbs | 28" 346gr @ 285fps
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    What spine would you recommend for my setup, 400 or 500?
    Hoyt Maxxis 35 81lbs | 28" 577gr @ 257fps
    Hoyt Maxxis 35 62lbs | 28" 346gr @ 285fps
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