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I recently was given a dozen 350 Carbon Express Eliminators in camo for my birthday.

I normally shoot 60/75 carbon express terminator select black...the difference is the regualr terminators are supposed to be 10.7 gr/inch and the eliminator camo are 10.2 that works out to 13.75 grains total arrow weight difference for a shaft length of 27.5 inches.


How much will this affect the flight? At 20 yards I can shoot them together and consistently group 2". My concern is at 30-40 yards.

Thanks in advance
 

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I recently was given a dozen 350 Carbon Express Eliminators in camo for my birthday.

I normally shoot 60/75 carbon express terminator select black...the difference is the regualr terminators are supposed to be 10.7 gr/inch and the eliminator camo are 10.2 that works out to 13.75 grains total arrow weight difference for a shaft length of 27.5 inches.


How much will this affect the flight? At 20 yards I can shoot them together and consistently group 2". My concern is at 30-40 yards.

Thanks in advance
Sounds like you are doing fine.

If you need any adjustment,
do it in the limb bolts. Maybe a little more weight. Maybe a little less.

Try it at 40 yds and see.
 

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I would say that with the lighter arrows that you will hit higher then what you would originally with the 6075 with them being a little heavier. The only way to see is to try shooting out that far to be sure.
 
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