I would have to say I am sitting closer to jeffro's stats
I am usually running at 60#,but I am not sure where I will be at with the new one.
I guess I can say that with a speed23 or a cxl you can get perty much the speeds your after.
Indoors you really don't need to push alot of speed because 40 yards is as long as your getting usually.
But even at 40 yards you want to make sure a 12 ring isn't a ten,and that's why you use a bigger lighter shaft of course and get a little hotter on the spots your aiming at when you go up a pound.
You have to be the one, with what is comfortable when by shooting over a 100 arrows in a row,you will find out when enough is enough,or I can shoot 20 more.Adding the muscles to build the more you shoot as well so...
I would start at around the 280-288 mark and see how it feels,arrow spine and weight are the factors of finding the perfect setup for me.I like to shoot the perfect arrow out of a perfect machine,all to his own,and you will find out there is a bow with a certain sight and rest and stabilizer that is right for everyones own tastes, adding it all up for the right situations.
I forgot Releases.....
but that's a whole nother slice of pie.
Last edited by glenny; 10-05-2004 at 11:03 PM.