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I shoot a 56lb draw with a 30 inch draw. I am currently shooting a 400grain Redhead arrow. I feel it is a little heavy for 3D shoots. I have been thinking about trying to use a 300grain arrow for target and 3D. Any ideas of a good yet affordable arrow to look for? Any ideas would be appreciated.
 

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I think its carbon tech that makes an arrow called the cheetah thats pretty light and its spined stiff enough to shoot a longer arrow for your draw length.
 

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56# would require a 330 grain arrow to be at the 5 GPP minimum, a 300 grain arrow may stress the bow
 

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56# would require a 330 grain arrow to be at the 5 GPP minimum, a 300 grain arrow may stress the bow
@ 5 grains per pound that would be 280 grains for 56# pull 330 will work if its at 66# the victory xringer hv 350 will be all over 300 grains and they are a fat shaft which will work great for 3d
 

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@ 5 grains per pound that would be 280 grains for 56# pull 330 will work if its at 66# the victory xringer hv 350 will be all over 300 grains and they are a fat shaft which will work great for 3d
:thumb: and if you don't want a fat shaft....the Victory V-Force HV would also be awesome.
 
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