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I'm gonna order some new ACCs from speedcam at the begining of Oct. and have a few questions. I had ACCs for awhile and forgot what I had. I shoot 29" at 60# w/ a NAP 3000 Micro. What length and size should I get? I plan on going up to 65# soon.

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You'd be smart not to ask what length to get...You might really get some bad advice. Have your shop measure you, or do it with the help of a friend by marking an arrow you already have, and then measuring it from the throat of the nock to the cut end of the arrow.

I have had excellent luck with my 3-49 ACC's at about 68#, 29-3/8" shaft (as I recall), and with very light nibb points (maybe 70 grain). If you shot a shorter shaft than me, heavier points would be in order.
 

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Yeah...

I would say 3-49's as well and for the length thing, it depends on your set-up...I am guessing you'll be in the 28 to 29 inch range...
 

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Thanks guys.:thumbs_up My current arrows are 28" so I guess I'll stick w/ that length.

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Just be sure to use hot melt adhesive on your points (unless you use inserts and screw-in points) so you can play with different weights.
 
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