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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-27-2013, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Another carbon arrow question from an old aluminum

I notice I'm just on the cusp or border of two different carbon arrows sizes.
Since carbons seem to split faster, to this novice on carbon arrows, than aluminum arrows, and I'm not into the speed factor, I was just going to opt for the "heavier" arrow. Even if I could select the lighter one.

Is there much of a difference on the selection of carbon arrows for an in betweener?
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Re: Another carbon arrow question from an old aluminum

When in between go with the heavier, heavier spined, arrow.

Which ones are you looking at? If you are looking at CX, i would recommend that you use their adjusted draw weight sheet to determine the correct arrow.

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Re: Another carbon arrow question from an old aluminum

unlike women, heavier is better.

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