Irecently switched from Lightspeed 400s to Terminator Lite Selects out of my X-Force. They shot very good, took my first doe of the season last weekend with them. Just a little to delicate in my ownopinion. Now I consider a hunting arrow expendable, a one shot deal. But in practice I could not shoot groups safely without possible damage from one arrow sliding down another side by side. I think I have 3-4 arrows that were damaged from being hit by another arrow. I switched for a little bit of piece of mind, not worring about a damaged arrow being shot again and blowing up. They are very accurate though.
I am shooting the Easton 3D Lightspeeds arrows for 3D. I had my best scores with the lightspeed arrows. I am shooting the 400's out of my X-Force 7, 30" draw and set at 62 pounds. I have not had any problems with them.
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