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    Cabela's Archery Tech

    A friend of mine just bought a Diamond Outlaw bow at Cabela's, which he will be shooting 29" arrow's at 65# and the tech sold him Easton axis arrow's in the .400 spine. He claim's they will work great with his setup and i beg to differ! What do you guy's think?
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    I would say they would be a touch underspine. I would recommend 340's rather. IMO
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    I think they will be fine. I shoot a 400 spIne arrow out of my EVO 7 and it tuned just fine and shoot great I shoot it at 29/64
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    I say they will be fine.
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    That's my similar setup but I would have went with the 340. The PSE tends to shoot underspined arrows better.
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    400's will work (safe), but will it tune good? 340s might tune better.
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    What point weight

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    Those will be just fine, just have to cut them around 28" or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naturalsteel View Post
    A friend of mine just bought a Diamond Outlaw bow at Cabela's, which he will be shooting 29" arrow's at 65# and the tech sold him Easton axis arrow's in the .400 spine. He claim's they will work great with his setup and i beg to differ! What do you guy's think?
    whats is draw length? with a 29" arrow is he in the 30" range?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimb View Post
    What point weight
    Exactly !!!

    Glad someone asked for the rest of the info before giving advise.
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    I have some for my set up which is 29" 63lb and they are a bit underspined.

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    Id say 340's.... like many times over mentioned above... 400's may be underspined
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    First mistake was going to cabelas they aint no experts and I would know I work there. Take it to a pro shop and get it tuned up and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cman22 View Post
    First mistake was going to cabelas they aint no experts and I would know I work there. Take it to a pro shop and get it tuned up and see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoythunter01 View Post
    Exactly !!!

    Glad someone asked for the rest of the info before giving advise.
    Agreed.

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    His point is 100 grain and his arrow's are at 29'' which at full draw is 1" past his rest.He is a 30" draw length
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    I would shoot 400s at 63lbs and not worry about it
    Shoot a 100gr fix blade broadhead and get it tuned up and let her rip



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    Quote Originally Posted by naturalsteel View Post
    A friend of mine just bought a Diamond Outlaw bow at Cabela's, which he will be shooting 29" arrow's at 65# and the tech sold him Easton axis arrow's in the .400 spine. He claim's they will work great with his setup and i beg to differ! What do you guy's think?
    You did not say what draw length.

    So,
    if the bow draw length is also 29-inches,
    and
    65 lbs of draw weight...

    the 300 spine Axis arrows with 125 grain field points,
    would be the best choice.

    The Diamond Outlaw bow has an IBO speed rating of 330 fps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naturalsteel View Post
    His point is 100 grain and his arrow's are at 29'' which at full draw is 1" past his rest.He is a 30" draw length
    30-inch draw length,
    65 lbs of draw weight,
    on the Diamond Outlaw bow...

    DEFINITELY 300 spine Easton Axis arrows,
    29-inch shaft length,
    with 100 grain field points.

    400 spine is plain too weak,
    for a 330 fps IBO rating bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naturalsteel View Post
    His point is 100 grain and his arrow's are at 29'' which at full draw is 1" past his rest.He is a 30" draw length
    Return the arrows, if you can.
    Have him get Easton Axis 300 spine arrows,
    cut to 29-inches,
    with the 100 grain field points.

    Click the thumbnail pic,
    and it will be larger, so you can see it.
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    I dont care if there 100s or 125s, with a 29" arrow and 29"-30" DL, the 400 will be underspined. The Outlaw is a very aggresive single cam.

    340 w/125gn head would be my choice at 29"/65#
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuts&bolts View Post
    Return the arrows, if you can.
    Have him get Easton Axis 300 spine arrows,
    cut to 29-inches,
    with the 100 grain field points.

    Click the thumbnail pic,
    and it will be larger, so you can see it.
    What program is that on your computer?

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    At that draw length I would shoot 340s at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate3420 View Post
    What program is that on your computer?
    OnTarget2!

    www.pinwheelsoftware.com

    All of $10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuts&bolts View Post
    OnTarget2!

    www.pinwheelsoftware.com

    All of $10.
    Which one exactly on there? Do you know? And is it a good program?

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