the x-ringer hv or the vx22-hv
thanks cowboy...I know I have been asking a few questions about these arrows but I just want to be certain. I'm leaning toward the x-ringers...mk, both are very good arrow. I perseonally shoot the Xringers hv as I have a fairly short draw and shoot low poundage. The series 2 is a great arrow as well. The Xringers are the size of a 2413 arrow if that helps you any. They will catch lines a little better than the 22's will. If you have any more questions please PM me and i will help you the best i can.
i love my pin knocks they have already saved me 2 arrows. just inspect them before shot. i inspect everything before i shooting. arrows and knock are one thing you have to look over anyways before you shoot. and they are like 4 different styles of pin nocks some stronger than other.so the pin nocks aren't recommended...I thought that was the idea behind those, to protect the arrow
Hey Cowboy, what points are you using? The Victory 100 gr SS points are very loose in the arrow, I 've lost quite a few in my target butt. And I've tried about every glue out there.mk, the Xringer is a great arrow. It is super light, super straight, and very durable. I have not had the first issue with them. As far as weight consistency goes i fletched a dozen and all were within 8/10's of a grain of each other after fletching. i would recommend getting some 2413 easton unibushing to use for nocks. i hit one just tonight and it cracked the nock, took a chunk out of the bushing but the shaft itself is ok. i also sent one into a piece of 3/4 plywood a few days ago when my release fired pre maturely(user error) and pulled it out and reshot it with no noticeable damage to the arrow.
Thanks, I'll try it.Yes I am using Victory's point. I myself havent experienced this issue tho. I did read somewhere the the MFG for the point might have had a batch or two come thru that were a hair smalled in diameter. Have you tried an Easton 2413 point? Another thing you may try is taking a .45 caliber bore brush and just lightly roughing the inside of the shaft and using some Loc Tite Super Glue Gel in the blue bottle. I had some GT shafts that did this a few years back and that was the fix.