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I going to try my hand at 3D this year. I'm new to the sport and want some input on the following:

Arrow Selection (Thinking a 400 or 500 spine)

Knock Selection

Point Selection

I'm shooting a Hoyt Maxxis 31 at 63lbs and 29 1/2 inch draw.

I predominantly hunt and shot a little bow baseball this year and I want to try my hand this summer at 3D. I just did not want to run out and buy a new bow for 3D without first trying my hand at it to see if I would enjoy it.
 

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I going to try my hand at 3D this year. I'm new to the sport and want some input on the following:

Arrow Selection (Thinking a 400 or 500 spine)

Knock Selection

Point Selection

I'm shooting a Hoyt Maxxis 31 at 63lbs and 29 1/2 inch draw.

I predominantly hunt and shot a little bow baseball this year and I want to try my hand this summer at 3D. I just did not want to run out and buy a new bow for 3D without first trying my hand at it to see if I would enjoy it.
If your hunting arrows are right for your set up screw on some field points and go have some fun.
 

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I'm shooting Easton Axis N-Fused Carbons 400's with quickspins and x nocks. I just didn't know if I went to a lighter arrow to pick up a little speed with shorter vanes would help. I also didn't know if shooting something like fatboys would be in my best interest or not????
 

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I was thinking Fatboys or Lightspeed 3D's? Do you think that I could get away with a 500 spine or not?
 

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Nope, 500 is too light, like limber. 400 should be right in the ballpark.
 
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