I shoot the carbon Express line-jammers ss, I like Em,I'm looking for a big diameter arrow for indoor 5 spot shooting. I'm stuck between Carbon Express line-jammer ss, Gold tip 30x Pro, and Easton Fatboy. What would be the best choice? How about nocks?
unless you are shooting a single spot target durability shouldn't be an issue.I perfer the carbon stricktly for there durability. I have shot the line jammers and the 30X's and I perfer the gold tips. They are tricky at 1st to get to shoot, but once you find the sweet spot and lern how to tune them there AWSOME!! I have shot all my highest scores with the execption of one round with the 30X's. Just my HO. Good luck
I mainly shoot NAA format. 2317's are not legal. 2315's are the largest legal arrow. The 2317's are just a couple of thousandths oversize for the judge's gauge.Sticking to your list to choose from – Fatboy’s would work well.
Here is a link to Easton’s shaft selector, be sure to use arrow length and not draw length.
If you are going to shoot NAA/FITA then you need to be concerned about max allowable arrow diameter. They are 0.366” where Fatboys are under that limit. For aluminums you would be limited to 2317’s I think.
If you do a search you will see that NFAA is going to talk about max arrow size at the upcoming Feb meeting.
Right now arrow diameter is not limited in NFAA, so if you are shooting NFAA indoor or Vegas, so not to handicap yourself, most shoot the largest arrow they can, like 2613’s or 2712’s
Nock’s – I use Easton “G” nocks for everything