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OK, I'm about to get paid :))) and am thinking about indoor arrows as something to get eventually.

We're looking at as fat as I can get and still have a spine match.

As it's FITA, they've got to be less than 9.4 mm (23XX max).

This leads me to either CXL 150's or 2312's.

Anyone got any others I should look at? It's for a recurve, 45# on fingers, 30" shaft.

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I shoot the 2114 at that similar set up (43 pounds 30"). I couldn't get the 2312's to fly as well.
 

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That's what I was thinking - nice linecutter potential, but a bit fragile (I've got 2512's for compound, and they take bends very easily), which was why I mentioned the CXL's. Any comment? I've seen 550 FITA 18's shot with them, but looking at the serious top shooters they all appear to be using the same arrows in and out (e.g. Frangilli and ACE's, DiBuo and X10's...):confused:
 

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Shirt;

I would just buy 2114 X-7's. Shooting ACE's is doable, but don't forget that you also have to use smaller vanes and as such you get less stabalization in shorter distances. With the relatively bigger arrow you can put on vanes a few sizes larger. With kitting needles it's easy mis-finger and put them in at angles, losing points.

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