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Old 02-23-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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do the tolerances between gold tip series arrows make that much difference?
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For the average archery. Really you wouldnt see a difference. I have shot the silver label arrows and they shot great.

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I always buy gold series arrows just because I'm that way.

Does it make a difference.......well I still get arrows that just will not group with others.

I'm shooting gold tip triple x for indoor, all are numbered. Arrow number 5 hit's almost a inch higher than the rest. All arrows are within a couple grains of each other. The tips, vanes, and bare shaft were all weight and matched before putting them together and then again matched after put together. The wayward arrow has had the knock rotated and changed, tip changed, has been reweighted and still won't group with the others. Into the junk bin it goes.

So my thought is, if I get one junk arrow out of every dozen gold series arrows, how many junk arrows out of a dozen of second grade arrows would I get?
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I always buy gold series arrows just because I'm that way.

Does it make a difference.......well I still get arrows that just will not group with others.

I'm shooting gold tip triple x for indoor, all are numbered. Arrow number 5 hit's almost a inch higher than the rest. All arrows are within a couple grains of each other. The tips, vanes, and bare shaft were all weight and matched before putting them together and then again matched after put together. The wayward arrow has had the knock rotated and changed, tip changed, has been reweighted and still won't group with the others. Into the junk bin it goes.

So my thought is, if I get one junk arrow out of every dozen gold series arrows, how many junk arrows out of a dozen of second grade arrows would I get?
that is good reasoning. im not really talking about tourny arrows though. more for hunting arrows. most of the time they get broken or lost so why spend 100 bucks on a dozen arrows?
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