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I shoot a Ultra tec with xt2000 limbs at 62 lbs. Draw is 30 in. I was looking at the 2312's and the 2314's, and maybe the 2412. Any opinions?
 

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I would try the 2312`s with 70 nibbs. At your draw length, you will need the arrows to be about 29", this should give you a total arrow weight of around 360 grains. 50 grains over IBO limit, but at your draw you should still have plenty of speed out of your UT.
 

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i'm shooting cobalts 2312's with 99 grain nibs
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The arrows should be in the 360 gr. range complete. I shoot 2312 cobalts at 28 3/4" with 70 gr. nibbs, super 3-d nocks, and 2.3" duravanes. Mine weigh in at 355 grains.

As far as spining out for you, they should do fine. I shoot them at 65#, but only a 28.5" drawlength with excellant results.

Good Luck
 

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2312 is good choice

Shot them for years. I also used 99 grns in front end nibb. Mine a beleive wieghed more aroun 375-380grns.
 

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I was shooting a Conquest at that time. I was shooting 280 at 65 lbs. I wouldnt get there with my Icon. I do feel the key to shooting 2312 great is shooting a little more weight in front end. Thats seems to be the norm for most pros I have talked too. I know Justin Martin was able to shoot them out of his Icon. His draw must be longer than mine. Im shooting 2312 again next for 3d.
 
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