They look nice, what poundage do you shoot with 400 spine axis?
I can get good patterns out to 70yds with the 6mm’s. I don’t experience much wind deflection when practicing, so for PA Hunting it should be a non-issue. I believe you need special tips and broadheads (deep 6) for the 4mms, and I have read they are more prone to bending.Looking at getting the Easton 4mm Injexion FMJ, anybody have experience with them, only downside is that I would have to use a 50 grain half-out for my regular broadheads.
Never weighed them. 30”ish arrow at 10.3g/in. Blazers. Regular (or sometimes lighter nock). Regular aluminum insert. 125g tips. I’m estimating the total arrow to be around 450.Ok, I found out that inserts and bags don’t mix the hard way, ripped 3 half outs in my 5mm FMJ’s first week. As far as the 6MM go, what kind of arrow weight are you getting with them, gpi is a little lower in those.
I use the brass insert to keep the weight up to where i want it, you can use them at 75 grains or 50 grains. my arrows are around 430 grains. you are shooting longer shafts than i do so you will gain weight there and you will need a stiffer spine than i shoot so you will gain weight there also. depending on broadhead and insert weight you could easily get to 450 to 500 grain total arrow weight.Ok, I found out that inserts and bags don’t mix the hard way, ripped 3 half outs in my 5mm FMJ’s first week. As far as the 6MM go, what kind of arrow weight are you getting with them, gpi is a little lower in those.