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My daughter just started shooting outdoor tournaments and is getting a lot of arrow drop from 18 meters that she shoots indoors to 25 meters that she shoots outdoors. I'm getting a lot of different opinions from coaches, shop owners, etc. on what to upgrade to. The goal is to get her a little more arrow speed and less drop at 25 meters. She's 7 shooting a Hoyt Ruckus at 20lbs. of draw and 18" draw length currently shooting Beeman ICS Hunter Juniors cut to 20" length. Looking at Easton Carbon One 1000's or Victory VAP 1000's. Another bow tech recommended saving the price on carbon and going with an aluminum like a Beeman Jazz.

I'm wondering how much of a difference upgrading her arrows can make. I was really surprised at the amount of drop she has from 18 to 25 meters.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Shooting a release or fingers?
 

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Take a look at Carbon Impact Super Club arrows. The 10/20 or perhaps 15/25 would work well. They are good enough to not limit her while being cheap enough to not worry much about.

-Grant
 
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