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I was given several aluminum arrows which are not identified with sizes i. e. 2315 etc.

Is there an easy way to determine the exact size. I can caliper to determine the difference in 22, 23 and 24's, but what is a good way to tell a 2215 from a 2216 or a 2312 2314, 15 and I have others....

I tested some by using inserts, but I don't have inserts for every size arrow.

There are so many that weigh close to the same weight and just a little bit in the length can make the weight change enough to be confusing....

Any solution????
 

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I spin tested them and keep the ones that are straight.....good idea with the possibility of numbers on the inserts.....sometimes they are only ink stamped and some I have are carbon inserts....

I will inspect them again shortly.

I appreciate all the good ideas...

Thanks,
 

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Finally got them all figured out through the suggestions received and weighting individual bare shafts.

I made several test arrows and will try them this Spring.
 
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