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I plan on buying a new Mathews No Cam set at 60-62lb., my draw length on my original switchback is 27.5" My arrow length is 28&3/8" to the valley of the knock. I have about 1" of shaft out past the riser. Shooting mostly slick tricks and just considering trying the Nap Kill Zones both 100gr. would I order the 55/75s or the 75/95s ? Thank You
 

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Get the 55/75s and don't try Killzones at those specs. You'd be asking for trouble with that big of a mechanical at those specs.
 

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I plan on buying a new Mathews No Cam set at 60-62lb., my draw length on my original switchback is 27.5" My arrow length is 28&3/8" to the valley of the knock. I have about 1" of shaft out past the riser. Shooting mostly slick tricks and just considering trying the Nap Kill Zones both 100gr. would I order the 55/75s or the 75/95s ? Thank You
NAP Killzones with those specs will work fine. I personally would order the 7595's as its what I should out of my bow. To each their own though. I was using Killzones and 7595's on my bow earlier this year and had no problems whatsoever.
 

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NAP Killzones with those specs will work fine. I personally would order the 7595's as its what I should out of my bow. To each their own though. I was using Killzones and 7595's on my bow earlier this year and had no problems whatsoever.
Umm but you're shooting a bow with a 340fps IBO speed bow with a longer DL and a little more draw weight. The OP is going to have a slower bow, a shorter draw length and a lighter draw weight and lighter total arrow weight. Your specs can probably handle the bigger mech and require the heavier spine. The OP's will have a harder time with the big mech and would do better with the lighter spine.
 
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