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Guys,
I have been shooting Axis400s off my SwitchbackXT. Problem is that I'm shooting 70#s. According to my buddy's chart, I should be shooting 340s. I'm shooting the same arrows from my last bow which maxed out at 65#s. Help, do I need to get 340s? Bow season is only a month away. I've seen no problems with the 400s, but don't want to risk damaging my bow. Your opinions would be greatly appreciated.
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Outback04
P.S. 28"s,100 grain point,11/2 QuikSpins,nock loop.
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if you have seen no problems and shoot good and so close to the season... leave it be
 

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I shot the 400's out of my Bowtech at 62#'s. They shoot great. My new Allegiance is a 70#er and I did notice my arrows were fish tailing just a hair. The shop owner had some 340's and I tried them and my group went right back to normal. So I now also shoot the 340's. I don't think they will harm your bow. They are alittle stiffer anyways. But IMHO the 340's group and shoot much better at that poundage.

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