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How light would you go

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Hello guys, I am shooting a switchback and was wondering how low do you go as far as grains per inch. I know mathews warranties theres at 5 gr per lb. But do you think it is best to go over that to be better on you bow, or does it not matter? reason i ask if i bought some GT ultralites and got them cut at a liiiitttle over 28 inchs. I figured dressed out they would be about 370 with 100 grain broadhead, but they were 348 with broadhead... lol so i was wondering how much weight i should add to the arrows to be on the safe side?
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nothing under 5 gpp. for target, and I would stay at around 6 or 7 gpp for hunting.
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