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    My son shoots a Martin Warthog and was set up by an archery shop. When he first started he was shooting about 48 lbs. with Easton quattro 460 at 2213. He now shoots at 60lbs. what size arrows should he be shooting now?

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    draw length?
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    draw length is 32

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    Are you sure, that would make your boy about 6 ft 7 in.? a 2514 if you want to stay with aluminum. a 300 to 340 spine carbon would work like a 7595 Gold Tip Hunter. Im not really sure how many aluminum sizes are made anymore. I know Easton doesnt make near as many as they used to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    Are you sure, that would make your boy about 6 ft 7 in.? a 2514 if you want to stay with aluminum. a 300 to 340 spine carbon would work like a 7595 Gold Tip Hunter. Im not really sure how many aluminum sizes are made anymore. I know Easton doesnt make near as many as they used to.
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    he's not quite that tall but he is 6'4". And no it's not baby hughie wise ass not all people are little munchkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by olpapagoat View Post
    he's not quite that tall but he is 6'4". And no it's not baby hughie wise ass not all people are little munchkins
    Dude you need to chill the hell out.....in case you hadn't notice in your time on earth there aren't many people that are 6'4".

    If you can't take a little playful ribbing then maybe you can find the answers you seek on an arrow chart, shaft selector program or at a pro shop like the rest of us. Arrow charts are so easy to read a caveman could do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Hornet View Post
    Dude you need to chill the hell out.....in case you hadn't notice in your time on earth there aren't many people that are 6'4".

    If you can't take a little playful ribbing then maybe you can find the answers you seek on an arrow chart, shaft selector program or at a pro shop like the rest of us. Arrow charts are so easy to read a caveman could do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    UGG UGG DA UGGH who you calling a "Caveman" Hornet UGG UGG even old buggers like me can now read a chart thanks to you
    I'd hope so....it's pretty darn easy to do. Find your arrow length and then go down till you find your bow weight....

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    There's a slight typo or maybe mismeasurement here. The 2010 Warthog tops out at 31" draw length.
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