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Thread: Competition Archery Product Points for Lightspeed Arrows

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    Competition Archery Product Points for Lightspeed Arrows

    I was wondering what size Nockbuster and Propoint points from Competition Archery Products will fit the Easton Lightspeed Arrows?



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    I'm not sure they make them that small. They're mainly for bigger diameter arrows
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    They make the 3-D Nockbuster's in 100 grain for the Lightspeeds. Check out Lancaster archery, they have them listed.

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    Yep, he's right. Here's the direct link to them....... http://www.lancasterarchery.com/comp...er-points.html
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    or buy them direct from http://competitionarcheryproducts.com/

    there is a list of all their sizes and options on the site. I've run probably 8-10 dozen Full bore, GT XXX and GT22 3d nockbusters and I honestly dont see myself using any other point any time soon.....although, I've got to think their effectiveness is less noticable on a small diameter arrow.

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    I am shooting 3D and some spots here and there. So would you guys recommend going to a larger diameter arrow even for outdoor 3D? Something like a Fatboy or Full Bore? My local shop pretty much only deals in Easton arrows. What are some of the better arrows in the larger diameter to consider?

    I am new to archery and to the forum I just recently bought a Mathews Heli'm and I must say that everyone I have come across in this sport are some of the most helpful and courteous people I have ever met. Thank you guys for your comments and suggestions.

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    Fatboys are a good all around arrow for 3-D and for spots. Only time I might not like them is shooting the FITA 70 meter and longer shoots. 3-D, they are great, indoors they work better than small diameter and for field, there are advantages and disadvantages to them.
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