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Easton Platinimum Plus. Wide range of spines, excellent quality and durability, they take "G" nocks, and the price is reasonable.
 

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faucon -

Any aluminum arrow (grade) will be fine. The Platinum plus are good arrows but so are the old GG2 or 3s, and might be cheaper. Just get the right size and get going.

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faucon -

The www.arrowsbykelly.com website has some excellent charts as does OLadcock's site. Their info is based on the Easton charts - of 30 years ago. The current Easton charts "might" be right to some folks with full FITA rigs and perfect form, but I've found them too stiff and too heavy for my FITA bows. Strangely enough the older Easton charts were right on - go figure.

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If you can get a size that will suit you (light enough draw weight) try Jazz by Easton
 

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Beeman Carbon Flash.

Where I'm at, they're cheaper than XX75s.
 
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