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Having both bows with new proline strings I ran them through my chrony.
55#s 27"draw length with the arrow weighing in at 277grns.
32 shot at 285fps
35 shot at 282fps
Both draw easy with the 35 a tad smoother.
 

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Having both bows with new proline strings I ran them through my chrony.
55#s 27"draw length with the arrow weighing in at 277grns.
32 shot at 285fps
35 shot at 382fps
Both draw easy with the 35 a tad smoother.
382! that thing is way over IBO im ordering one!
haha jk.
I didnt think there would be a big difference between the two, your a lucky guy to have one of each
 

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My 35 shot 325 gr. arrow at 65#/28.5" exact @ 312 through my pro chrono with just a loop on the string. If what everyone says is true and the pro chronos are around 5fps or more slow then mines coming in a little above IBO according to most calculations. Close enough to say it makes the 330 IBO for sure.
 

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My 35 shot 325 gr. arrow at 65#/28.5" exact @ 312 through my pro chrono with just a loop on the string. If what everyone says is true and the pro chronos are around 5fps or more slow then mines coming in a little above IBO according to most calculations. Close enough to say it makes the 330 IBO for sure.
thats great, im shooting right about the same as you. 28.5, 65# and a 320gr. arrow. i also shoot a 400gr full metal jacket sometimes. im more than happy with those speeds.
 
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