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  1. #1
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    Default Advice for Easton Arrows

    Hi

    I'm a lady (UK) archer and brand spanking new to your forum as of this post.

    So by way of introduction; I'm called Sarah and work as a Stroke Rehabilitation Nurse in the UK and love my Archery. Besides the plain ol thrill of the sport, I also enjoy it as a mechanism to help cope with the stress of the job thats is folks...short and sweet

    On to the topic in hand which is...Arrows.

    Can anyone suggest the best Eastons to use as target (competition) arrows for outdoors and indoor please?

    I'm shooting a 68inch recurve take-down @ a 32lb draw.

    Looking for complete arrow specs here if poss.

    Many thanks

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    Welcome Sarah

    Here is the link to Easton's Home Page CLICK HERE

    Click here to go their Products Page Look for the Shaft Size Selector menu and then click on Target Shafts. Fill in the info and BAM...you'll see arrow types and sizes that fit your set up.

    All the specs are there for your viewing.

    I hope that helps you.
    Take a kid with you. Show them the Great Outdoors. Pass it on.

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