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Old 04-13-2010, 03:28 PM   #1
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Hello, I am looking to upgrade arrows for 3D shooting I currently shoot A/C/C 3-39's and I am just trying to get some opinions on what the best large diameter carbon line cutters are. Any suggestions or advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 04-14-2010, 08:32 AM   #2
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How big you wanting to go?


I got some Goldtip 22's yesterday and can't believe how they fly.
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Old 04-14-2010, 01:07 PM   #3
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I am willing to go pretty big, I will just be using them for 3D shooting and I want some nice fat line breakers. But, I still need them to be accurate.
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I am willing to go pretty big, I will just be using them for 3D shooting and I want some nice fat line breakers. But, I still need them to be accurate.
Then go all out... Gold Tip XXX's
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I use Easton Cobalt 2613s
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Old 04-14-2010, 02:46 PM   #6
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What about Easton Fat Boys? Are they any good?
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Old 04-14-2010, 03:29 PM   #7
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I am willing to go pretty big, I will just be using them for 3D shooting and I want some nice fat line breakers. But, I still need them to be accurate.
I shoot Goldtip xcutters for years and there a very good 3d arrow. Im a 281/2 draw and they weigh around 340grns with a 90 grn nibb
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What about Easton Fat Boys? Are they any good?
Nothing at all wrong with a fatboy. Xcutters are larger in diamentor.
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Old 04-14-2010, 05:25 PM   #9
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I've been using the Victory X-Ringers and love them. I'd bet they pick up at least 7 points a round for me. Very durable, very accurate and very consistant. I switched to these from XX78s (good arrow just too heavy for my setup).

I've also used them for hunting, taking a deer last year with them (arrow passed clean through and no damage to it what so ever).
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I've been using the Victory X-Ringers and love them. I'd bet they pick up at least 7 points a round for me. Very durable, very accurate and very consistant. I switched to these from XX78s (good arrow just too heavy for my setup).

I've also used them for hunting, taking a deer last year with them (arrow passed clean through and no damage to it what so ever).
I'm trying some X-ringers too - but am finding them very stiff, using the 350's, what bow/poundage/tip weight are you shooting with them?
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I'm trying some X-ringers too - but am finding them very stiff, using the 350's, what bow/poundage/tip weight are you shooting with them?
I'm shooting the 250s out of my Oneida AeroForce at 70 lbs, 30", 125 gr. tip, shooting with fingers. These seem to be spined pretty good for my setup (broadheads fly great).
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