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Thread: Arrow Shafts

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    Member Ol'Dad's Avatar
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    Question Arrow Shafts

    I'm going to change my setup a little bit this spring.I shoot 28"-70 lbs with the beman ics 400 and a muzzy 115 at about 270-275fps.I'm in need of arrows and was wondering if there is any reason to change shafts.I'm always looking for something to try that might be a little better than what I currently use.I plan to change to 90 grain heads and use the new Blazer vanes,everthing else will stay the same.Tell me what you think!!

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    If they shoot and group fine, then you can stay with them. If you are looking to try some newer technology, check out the Axis shaft of the new Easton Full metal jacket.
    Chris Christenson - Admin - Find Archery Shoots near you - Archery Supplies

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