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What would you use for arrows if you had acc's and 2213's? I shot with a Pro and he would shoot 2212's over any carbon arrows. I am shooting a MQ1?
 

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Next year

Im considering aluminum arrows again.
 

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I'd think long and hard about the aluminums. Just depends on how much speed you want to get. Carbon is always going to be lighter.
 

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Shoot what groups for your form and setup. ACC is a great arrow, and groups just as well for 3-D as an all alum. arrow. Some carbons are getting knocked because of weight and spine variations, and the fact that they don't group out of a shooting machine as well as alum's. I personally however, have gotten better long range groups with carbons. Shoot what works!
 

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Reason for Aluminums

I was told by several Pros. Linecutting for 3d. I know my scores were as good or better with 2312. I do beleive Aluminums have better tolarences. I would just watch a see what most pros shoot. Aluminum arrows. Acc will be my next choice if shooting carbons next year.

Bad part they dont take hits very well.
 

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I use 2512's. 2514's for hunting, and either for spots.:) You do lose speed though, but if you judge yardage well and are sighted in, it should not be a problem. As DB said "cutting the line" is also an advantage of a fatter shaft.:D
 

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Most those ultra fat carbons weigh almost as much as a 12 series aluminum, or more, so there goes the advantage there.:confused: I dont think that anyone makes a carbon that is 25/64"s any way.
 
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