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Here's the problem. I want to buy easton redline arrows cut to 24.5" use 80gr. NIBB points and 2'' fletching. When I look up the arrow the hunting chart says 600's 6.9gr per" and when I look it up on the target chart it says 690's 6.3gr. per" which shaft do I choose. I shoot my APA at 54lbs. 26" draw. just seems that the 690's are to light I mean the complete arrow would only be like 260gr. And the arrow's are for 3-d only!
 

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I checked ontarget2, but did not have specs for your model bow. The spine looked good on the 600 for a Mamba, but stiff for a python , if that helps you any. The 690 was weak for all of the above.
 

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Here's the problem. I want to buy easton redline arrows cut to 24.5" use 80gr. NIBB points and 2'' fletching. When I look up the arrow the hunting chart says 600's 6.9gr per" and when I look it up on the target chart it says 690's 6.3gr. per" which shaft do I choose. I shoot my APA at 54lbs. 26" draw. just seems that the 690's are to light I mean the complete arrow would only be like 260gr. And the arrow's are for 3-d only!

APA Suphan
Draw Weight = 43 lbs
Draw Length = 26-inches

Easton Redline 600 arrow shafts
Blazer vanes
80 grain target point

Cut the tube length = 26.50 inches
(this means the raw tube is cut to 26.50 inches)
(this does not include any part of the unibushing)
(this does not include any part of the g-nock)

this should tune well for you.

289.7 grains of total arrow weight.
That works out to 5.366 grains of total arrow weight per lb of draw weight
 
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