2216 vs. 2219 ?
I bought my first crossbow this year (TenPoint Titan HLX), and was told that I could shoot either 22/64ths in carbon or 2219s in aluminum.
Due to all the practicing, I beat up the fletchings on all the arrows that came with the crossbow, so I ordered some Easton xx75 aluminums from Cabela's that showed '2219' on the picture, but they sent me 2216s.
Is there a great difference between the 2216s and 2219s? I am just wondering if the 2216s will be too light.
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