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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVI View Post
    Well normally I wouldn't shoot the same arrows for 3-d that I would use for Field/FITA for field you shoot a 112 arrows a day minimum.. and FITA can be 144 so you wouldn't normally shoot as high a poundage as you might for 3-D ...

    but since I'm not seriously competing at 3-D this year I won't be shooting 280 fps and I'll be shooting arrows that are only a 1/4" diameter or less.. no line cutting here.. Shooting out to 90 meters don't match with them big logs much...

    Thought about setting this bow up as a 3-D bow, but as much as I like to shoot 3-D... I absolutely LOVE shooting Field and FITA..
    I saw you were gonnna shoot ProTours on this, don't think I'd want those arrows getting slapped around on a 3d course
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    Javi, one more question... It sounds like it would be easier to switch a indoor spot bow over to Field/FITA than a 3d bow. Is this correct? Lower poundage, smaller scope, etc.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMax27 View Post
    Javi, one more question... It sounds like it would be easier to switch a indoor spot bow over to Field/FITA than a 3d bow. Is this correct? Lower poundage, smaller scope, etc.?
    Yep in fact many do just that.. although I like 56-58 lbs outdoors, I shoot 46-48 indoors.. for 3-d I don't mind 64-65lbs... because of the fewer arrows shot..


    Oh... and slaming protours into 15 other arrows in a 6" circle is the norm in field...
    4 shooters, 4 shots each...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVI View Post
    Oh... and slaming protours into 15 other arrows in a 6" circle is the norm in field...
    4 shooters, 4 shots each...

    I could see that getting expensive... quick
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