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I was given 8 Easton Superlite ACC 3-49/390 from a friend. Here's the situation, I was going to go buy some more of the Gold Tip XT Hunter 5575 that I usually hint with but was wondering the these Eastons would work. The GPI is not much different from the Gold Tips. I know I can find the spine information on Eastons website, but I'm curious as to what you all think. It will be shot from my Hoyt Vipertec with the weight at 63# (I believe) at 29". I'll be hunting whitetail and know the smaller diameter will help with penetration, but worry the spine is too limber. Thoughts? Guidance?
 

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Sorry for the crappy spelling and grammar issues. Typing on my phone with a 2.5 year old running interference
 

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Do you mean 29" arrow, or draw length?
If arrow length, then they'll probably be too weak.

At 27.5"-28" arrow length/60lbs, they might work.

All this depends on point/fletch/nock/insert/wrap weights as well.

I love A/C/Cs. They're great arrows. Hope it works out for you.
 

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I think you're fine on spine with that bow/cam combo.
 

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Do you mean 29" arrow, or draw length?
If arrow length, then they'll probably be too weak.

At 27.5"-28" arrow length/60lbs, they might work.

All this depends on point/fletch/nock/insert/wrap weights as well.

I love A/C/Cs. They're great arrows. Hope it works out for you.
Draw length. I can measure them. The field point and broad head will be 100g.
 

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I'm guessing I'll need to get the weight an measurements for a definant?
 

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