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I purchased a new hunting bow yesterday and I am looking for some advice on what weight arrows to buy. The bow is a Reflex Buckskin, and it is set up with a 58 pound pull and 27 inches of draw. I will be shooting a 26.5" arrow and I'm wondering if I should buy the heavier splined arrows since it is so short? The ones I was looking at are the cabelas outfitter series. The 45-60lb arrows are splined in 11gpi, while the 60-75lb are 12gpi. And the other ones were the Carbon Express Terminator hunter arrows. They are splined in 9.5gpi and 10.7gpi. I have Montec G5 100 grain broadheads that I would like to use agian this year. So wich arrow will give me good performance with this setup.

Any and all advice is welcome.
 

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Out of those choices; I'd choose ...

The Carbon Express Terminator Hunters ... by a large margin. They have a very good name; and Cabelas brand stuff scares me. I'd probably choose the 4560 @ 11 grains per inch giving you roughly a 425 grain arrow.
 
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