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Well i am thinking of making the change to st axis carbons. According to the easton website i need to use the 400's and i just want to make sure that sounds right to you. Here is my set up:

Hoyt ViperTec Cam .5
62lb draw weight
28" draw length
28.5" arrows
100gr muzzy 3 blade
will be fletched with blazers


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ViperTec shootr said:
Well i am thinking of making the change to st axis carbons. According to the easton website i need to use the 400's and i just want to make sure that sounds right to you. Here is my set up:

Hoyt ViperTec Cam .5
62lb draw weight
28" draw length
28.5" arrows
100gr muzzy 3 blade
will be fletched with blazers


Thanks!
ViperTec shootr:

I would add a 7-inch wide arrow wrap
that weighs 10 grains. This will stiffen up the arrow for you.

Then, I would experiment with your draw weight at
58-60 lbs of draw weight. Your sweet spot should be
somewhere in that range.

Adding the arrow wrap makes a huge difference.
 

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Hey lug nut...what is the scientific-technical reason that adding weight to the back stiffens up an arrow...???

Just curious on the scientific reason.....if I put a wrap on the arrow right behind the broadhead would that stiffen it up also???


thanks, JB
 
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