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NUARCHER
11-27-2008, 09:33 AM
Ok what arrows spec out best for a 27"DL 60-70# GT-500 or the Z-28 shooting 100g BH or FP 2 inch blazer vains

bartman
11-27-2008, 10:21 AM
V-Force350 at 8.8 grains per inch or the V-force400 at 8.1 GPI. Some people like a little stiffer arrow so I would go with the 350's. We also have the V-ForceHV350 that are 6.4 GPI if you want speed! we offer 2" bohning Blazer vanes also.

longbow42
11-27-2008, 11:11 AM
You might want to check out the Carbon Tech line. They have one of the best reps for consistent spine and are very tough as well. I shoot the Rhino's and ACCs.

Rattler
11-27-2008, 01:09 PM
V-Force350 at 8.8 grains per inch or the V-force400 at 8.1 GPI. Some people like a little stiffer arrow so I would go with the 350's. We also have the V-ForceHV350 that are 6.4 GPI if you want speed! we offer 2" bohning Blazer vanes also.

Hit the nail on the head Mr. Miaggi style!

EricO
11-27-2008, 03:55 PM
V-Force350 at 8.8 grains per inch or the V-force400 at 8.1 GPI. Some people like a little stiffer arrow so I would go with the 350's. We also have the V-ForceHV350 that are 6.4 GPI if you want speed! we offer 2" bohning Blazer vanes also.

I am ordering another set of HV 350's. :hippie:

I had durability issues with the 07 models I had. They shot great, but would crack at the nock end or break in the middle when I was flexing before shooting. I have heard this complaint from a few other folks. Are they better for 08?

bartman
11-27-2008, 09:05 PM
I am ordering another set of HV 350's. :hippie:

I had durability issues with the 07 models I had. They shot great, but would crack at the nock end or break in the middle when I was flexing before shooting. I have heard this complaint from a few other folks. Are they better for 08?

Made with the best carbon you can get!
The main issue was the nocks being to tight and when they were installed it split the ends. The nock issue is fixed now..

newb
11-27-2008, 09:25 PM
V-Force350 at 8.8 grains per inch or the V-force400 at 8.1 GPI. Some people like a little stiffer arrow so I would go with the 350's. We also have the V-ForceHV350 that are 6.4 GPI if you want speed! we offer 2" bohning Blazer vanes also.
What kind of finished weights would you end up with

EricO
11-27-2008, 10:26 PM
Made with the best carbon you can get!
The main issue was the nocks being to tight and when they were installed it split the ends. The nock issue is fixed now..

Thanks for responding. I'm ordering two dozen of the v3's.

Aggielandpoultry
11-27-2008, 11:19 PM
someone pm me and fill me in on the victory arrows.. not really in the know about this brand.. thanks for the input..!

Arky1cam
11-28-2008, 10:52 AM
V-Force350 at 8.8 grains per inch or the V-force400 at 8.1 GPI. Some people like a little stiffer arrow so I would go with the 350's. We also have the V-ForceHV350 that are 6.4 GPI if you want speed! we offer 2" bohning Blazer vanes also.

+ 1, 2 , 3, 4, etc.

I hunt and shoot 3D with the HV Nothing but good comments from them.