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Old 10-04-2011, 03:31 PM   #1
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Just bought a dozen shafts off e-bay and asked what field points were needed for them,answer came back we don't know??/WTF Can some of you guys tell me what size I'll need for Gold Tip series 22 shafts Ie 9\32,5\16?????Would like 100gr and 85grains to see which I like.
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easton 2114-2115 series components fir S22's as will, 5/16 will work
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I've been giving myself a bad case of thetrying to work out what to do about these arrows!!!I'm consistantly shooting somewhere around 725\800 +\- on paper targets and don't want to change the settings on my target bow but if I go to series 22's GT's do you think my average will pick up???????I'm using GT's Ted Nuggent shafts with 100gr bullet heads and 2.25"quickspins to shoot 725\800 +\- in hunter class ,we shoot out to 47 yards any ideas cause this is giving me the ken fits!!!anyone!!!!

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I gont think they will shoot any better, they are lighter, if your shooting unmarked 3D they should help. the Series 22 shaft will not be a durable as the GT hunter type shafts.
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I gont think they will shoot any better, they are lighter, if your shooting unmarked 3D they should help. the Series 22 shaft will not be a durable as the GT hunter type shafts.
Thank you C.C as they say trial and error I guess
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Nugent or XT hunter shafts are tough hunting shafts than can be used for target.(small dia. thick wall) Series 22 shafts are large dia,/thin wall target shafts and still can be used for hunting.
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Youll like those shafts.
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Youll like those shafts.
Thanks Mate there real nice and super fast to shoot finally started to work these things out got them to 28" at 335 gr real pleasure to shoot now
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problem I found with using the 22s was because they have a thin wall I actually lost more arrows shooting 3D from others hitting my arrows! The Hunter shafts are a thicker wall and stand up to more glancing shots hitting them......just something to consider
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problem I found with using the 22s was because they have a thin wall I actually lost more arrows shooting 3D from others hitting my arrows! The Hunter shafts are a thicker wall and stand up to more glancing shots hitting them......just something to consider
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