03-22-2010, 05:47 AM #1
- Join Date
- Mar 2010
- Essex County, Ontario, Canada
Gold Tip Ultralight 22's...spine and durabilty??????
I've been thinking about trying some GT UL 22's for 3D this year. They will probably be the Pro series but not 100% sure. Who shoots them and do you have any opinions on them as for how they hold up. Are they as durable as a carbon such as a standard thickness GT UL or an Easton Lightspeed? The other thing I was wondering about was spine. I normally shot 61-62# with an arrow spined around .400" I'm worried about the .300" spine of the 22's being too stiff for my 62# '06 Bowtech Constitution. Even with 100grn one piece points and bumping my pounds up some that's still a very stiff arrow for the draw weight. Does any one have any opinions on this as well?
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