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pmbrac 10-25-2008 03:44 PM

Correct Spine? easton AXIS
 
Just wondering if anyone could help me with the correct arrow choice. i was looking to get some Axis arrows and the Easton chart said 340's and Cabela's chart says 400's. Im shooting 28" arrow with 100 gr. points. This is with a 70# draw. thanks for any input.

SwampCollie 10-25-2008 07:47 PM

RE: Correct Spine? easton AXIS
 
The type of bow you are shooting would help greatly as well... make and model.

The charts are just a guide. This isn't for certain, but at 70# and 28", you are going to be right slam on the bubble most likely... and when in doubt... always go stiffer. You can always bump up to a 125gr head if you get a ridiculous stiff arrow reaction.

pmbrac 10-25-2008 08:34 PM

RE: Correct Spine? easton AXIS
 
its a mathews swicthback

Roskoe 10-25-2008 09:14 PM

RE: Correct Spine? easton AXIS
 
I would say either run the 340 shaft at 29" or the 400 shaft at 27".


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