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I am shooting a destroyer 350 and using nfused (easton) 400 and the ends where the insert is are spliting out. new bow not may shots and shooting a 3d deer so not like they are hitting something hard. is there a better option for arrows?
 

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whats your draw length?
 

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I shoot Maxima 250's through mine. Tough as A-10 Warthogs.
 

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I don't know how you could not shoot a .300 spine arrow with those specs. 400 spine way to light. I am similar specs and may favorites are Carbon Tech Whitetails 65-80, moderate lightweight 9.2g/" I believe, tough as nails, best grouping arrows for me compared to GT7595 and Victory V1 300's.
 

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Your seriously asking for a disaster by shooting a 400:thumbs_do

I would go with a 300 minimum with that setup, but you may still be under with that.

I'm a 30 as well and have shot tons of different arrow setups and usually 340's 350's are too weak at 70.

So... Fixed blade, i'd go 300, mechanical, 340 cut really short
 

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hello all,
I am shooting a destroyer 350 and using nfused (easton) 400 and the ends where the insert is are spliting out. new bow not may shots and shooting a 3d deer so not like they are hitting something hard. is there a better option for arrows?

We need your draw length to tell you.. but I got a feeling the 400s are way too weak..
 

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As others have mentioned .300 spine would be alot better selection than the .400 spine. .400 spine with a destroyer 350 at 30dl at 70lbs may not be good for you or bow. Also expect tuning issues with the .400 spine out of destroyer 350 at the specs you listed.
 
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