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    Default Hey Spot shooters-need help?

    What characteristics do most indoor Spots arrows have???
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    My arrows know if they won't hit the spot they will be sent to the splinter factory. I actually use my nano's indoors at times but usually people use those fat things indoors so they can cut dem lines. I use my CXL2's indoors and they seem huge next to my nano's but they fly very nicely and they get to the spot alot too...hmmm maybe I should be using them for the 5 spot league. Reminder to self....change the rest next week and use the fat arrows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenfarr View Post
    What characteristics do most indoor Spots arrows have???
    Let's see most of them have pointy parts, and some have long round parts...


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    big diameter and super heavy point weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    big diameter and super heavy point weight.
    yeah...that too
    and black vanes...


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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    big diameter and super heavy point weight.
    Super heavy like how much??? I honestly know nothing about indoor archery.

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    500+ grains.


    I like cobalts and 4" feathers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenfarr View Post
    Super heavy like how much??? I honestly know nothing about indoor archery.

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    some go up to 225...
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    what I have heard is that people have them super heavy so they stabilize quicker out of the bow....like 700 gr fattys. Mine aren't that heavy...
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    I shoot CXL2's indoor.......dont care about theweight, as long as they shoot straight....

    I do shoot them EXTRA long though......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook Em View Post
    what I have heard is that people have them super heavy so they stabilize quicker out of the bow....like 700 gr fattys. Mine aren't that heavy...
    they do stabilize faster. Plus can drop down to 58 lbs. No need for speed. You want accuracy..
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    Large diameter,heavy,long and I like feathers for indoors.


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    Hey thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenfarr View Post
    Hey thanks guys!

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    Ok so does this mean we can hijack the thread now?????











    what..................................I'm just asking


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    OK, run wild!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    500+ grains.


    I like cobalts and 4" feathers.
    That sounds like mine 2612
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    they do stabilize faster. Plus can drop down to 58 lbs. No need for speed. You want accuracy..
    Yes sir tha slower an projectile travels tha truer it flys.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Yes sir tha slower an projectile travels tha truer it flys.
    Put that one in your books boys cause I've heard this old man knows his stuff.


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