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i am trying to find a decent hunting arrow for my wife but with her shooting a low pundage its hard to find an arrow with an weigh to it to get the ke u[ enough
so what are the draw back of shooting an over spinded arrow?
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I have some Bemans that are overspined and I can not get them to group worth a darn.
 

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Moose mustard said:
none with carbons , unless you are shooting fingers.
ditto...release and a biscuit the sky is the limit for me....I have only shot gold tips since 2000...might try some carbon techs next

what bow she got...draw and what not...
 

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I shoot overspined arrows, because I like mine heavy. The draw backs: they are typically slower b/c they're heavier and; therefore; their trajectory is not as good. However, b/c they're heavier, they are also quieter and penetrate better.

I once read a post by N&B that an overspined arrow will typically shoot as consistent as a properly spined arrow out to 35-40 yds. Past that, the groups will open up quicker from overspined arrows. 35-40 yds is the max on my affective range.

In terms of hunting, I prefer an overspined, heavier arrow.
 
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