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    I am getting a new 65lb longbow. I have several 200gr Grizzly broadheads {my traditional head of choice} and was wanting some good feed back on what arrows guys have had luck with in this combination. I was thinking full length 2219s, 2117s around 27"or possibly 350s or 300s. Any Trad guys out there with some ideas? 4 5" feathers, or 4 4"ers, maybe 3 5"ers??
    I would like to narrow things down a little before I start arrow building. Gas is expensive! Arrow shafts and components are too!!

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    beman makes a traditional hunting arrow ive shot good with. im not exactly sure what theyre called but they look like theyre made from wood and they come feather fletched with 3 an a half inch vanes and inserts for arround 90 dollars for a dozen.
    u aint seen country yet!

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    Since they have inserts, they're not wood. If you want to read something on wood shafts, check out this thead from Broadheadtalk. Interesting forum. If you join, tell 'em who sent ya.

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    i know that ther not wood.. i was saying that the graphics on the arrow are supposed to look like wood but they are sum kind of carbon.
    u aint seen country yet!

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