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Excalibur micro 335

Hi all....just wondering if anybody is shooting the new micro? If so what bolts and broad heads are working the best for ya's. I just picked one up and wanna do some tuning of what is the best shooting bolt length and weights are.
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Re: Excalibur micro 335

I will have one in the near future. How are you liking it? Have you shot it much?

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Re: Excalibur micro 335

I've shot it a few times, and it is AWSOME!!!!! Very smooth trigger and quite.
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Re: Excalibur micro 335

I'll be working on that arrow next. stay tuned as I should have some results very shortly.

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I'll be working on that arrow next. stay tuned as I should have some results very shortly.
Looking forward to the results!!!!! Thanks!!!
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Re: Excalibur micro 335

Don't they use a 16.5" arrow on the micro?

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Re: Excalibur micro 335

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Don't they use a 16.5" arrow on the micro?
Yes, Excalibur uses 16.5" Quills with this bow. Ive seen some guys shooting down to 14.5".
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Re: Excalibur micro 335

I've done some testing with 15 and 16 inch arrows and brass weights. Need a few more combinations to go through. I'll be asking around at ATA to see what everyone else is doing as well. I should have a winner in a few weeks.

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I've done some testing with 15 and 16 inch arrows and brass weights. Need a few more combinations to go through. I'll be asking around at ATA to see what everyone else is doing as well. I should have a winner in a few weeks.
Thanks!!!! I had a successful hunt with the stock quills but wanna fine tune with a different shaft and shorter bolt.
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