An old topic,but I would like to hear your opinions again.Why other than speed do you shoot carbons and why other than kinetic energy do you use aluminum?
Yep,I knew that it was an old beat subject.But we don't have anything else to do and I was curious to maybe a new answer. From ButchT.ButchA said:Here we go again... :moviecorn:
I shot XX75 2315's for years out of an old PSE round wheel dual cam bow. Nowadays with my new bow, I made the grand leap of faith to carbon and wonder why I didn't do it sooner. Carbon is way better, faster, flatter trajectory, and in some cases more durable than aluminums.
CARBON RULES! :shade:
Tim,Timbow2 said:I just switched from aluminums to ACCs this year. For the price I would shoot aluminims again. They are straighter than any carbon made they are sup.......
........shoots Beeman carbons and it amazed me how many of them I had to toss aside because the did not spin true with a fixed blade head. So i feel the statement carbons are straight or broke is a false one. They have to be staight begin with.
I tried CX terminators and did not like anything about them. I'll stick with my Accs for now they are flying good and I paid alot for them. When it comes time for new arrows. Who knows???