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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by bowcraze30, Oct 16, 2007.
if i need 340 easton epics, what would it be if i were to get gold tips
In archery...there is no such thing as a stupid question.:usa:
but in regards to my question?
Did you get that cable slide i sent ya...
yes thank you it is exactly what i was looking for! eace:
yup, just stupid people.......
thats funny but no one has answered my Q. :laugh: :laugh:
That cost me 44 cents to send to ya....you can repay me by going hunting with Bunnyman and drawing his bow back for him because he hurt his hand.I think he has a 2 seater tree stand.:laugh:
i dont think i would fit in it with him :laugh: :laugh:
whats the hell is that supposed to mean????:censored:
i didnt hurt it, i am getting it operated on.....:frusty:
:censored: :fencing: :mad2: opcorn:
im just razzin... but does anyone have an answer for my question? i need to know before i go to bed
GT xt hunters 7595!
Depending on the length of the arrow you should be able to get buy with 5575's I have a 29" draw length and I pull 65lbs. My arrows are 5575 xt's at 28" long and I have no problems with them!
5575 are .400 spine and 7595 are .340 spine.
I see a lot of people shooting the 5575 all the way to 70#
You have to take into account the length of your arrow. A shorter arrow will be stiffer than a longer arrow of the same spine. I shoot 35/55 XT's and Ultralight 500's but my bow is set at 56 lbs and my arrows are only 26" long. You can't just go by the number designation of the XT line in relation to your draw weight. Assuming you are inquiring about the XT's. The Gold Tip website has a selection chart. I think it's in the download section.
yea, I shoot he same arrows at 26 1/2". Have you tried the Victories. They rock. The .005 HV's are pretty darn straight after you cut em to length from both ends.