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I'm looking to get a finished arrow weight of 328 grains
Shooting Bowtech Invasion 60lbs @ 58 lbs
26.5 inch draw length
Shooting a Limbdriver pro
Arrow length 26"
Include nock and Insert
3 Blazer vanes
100 grain field or fixed head Broadhead
Looking to get high 280fps & 60 ft-lbs
What arrow can do this?
Most shots hunting are going to be 35 yards or less. For whitetail and Turkey.
 

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probably high country, may not make a difference i was shootng a winchester qs 31 last season at 58# with a 392 gr arrow getting 275 at 28" kep in mind the reduction in momentum when you drop your arrow weight
they may not get to 328,, look at the gt velocity's,
 

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Flatline 400 would be very close. Just weighed on of mine. At 26" it is 325 gr.
 

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Several of the Easton range are around 7.3gpi. I use Lightspeeds, but there are other ranges, based on the same shaft.

Some of the Sky Art range are a little lighter, but I don't know if they are available in the US.
 

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GoldTip velocity series. They are some of the lightest out there for a reasonable price. Carbon Express CXL is probably THEE lightest but, they are more $$$. With a 400 series Velocity Pro with a 100gr glue-in tip, pin bushing and HD pin nock you would be right around 320gr with a 1.5" Fusion vane.
 

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Check out the carbon tech cheetahs ... Buddy lent me some and the total arrow weight is 288 grains and they are 29.5" long with 70 gratips pints and pins
 

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Check out the carbon tech cheetahs ... Buddy lent me some and the total arrow weight is 288 grains and they are 29.5" long with 70 grain points and pins
 

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You should not have trouble finding an arrow to get that weight. My 3-D arrows are Victory HV's 400, cut at 26" w/ inserts&75 gr points & mini blazers. They weigh in at 274gr. I shoot 53 pounds so still over 5GPP for me.
 

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victory HV v3's 400's with 100 grain points 2 inch blazers.cut 26.5 inches weigh in at 301 grains.They weight 6.1 gr. per inch
They will put you right on the 5 grains per pound weight.
 

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Although I would suggest you to shot a 350 spine arrow. I shoot Victory HV V6 350's w/90 grain tips and 4" feathers. Total arrow weight is 310, and my 50# Invasion maxed out at 51.4#'s is shooting 313 FPS and is spined perfectly. I don't think my 50#'er would take to kindly to a 400 with the ODBinaries...just my .02
 

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My victory vforce HV 400's at 26" with 3 quick spin st vanes and 100gr tip come in at 312gr. Perfect for shooting 62 ponds out of my Insanity or Invasion.
 

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Easton flatlines will do the trick. Then you can probably up the point weight a touch as well. It would make it easier to find broadheads unless you're planning on shooting muzzy's.
 

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The HV 400 arrows will fly fine out of 60lb bow. You will get your arrow right at 300 range. You can also go with the Victory VAP 400 and use the lighter outserts and a light broadhead and come in around 335 grains
 
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