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Ive got a dozen Black Eagle Magnums and was going to fletch some up for 3-D to try.
But I just cant get them light enough without getting them to short and stiff.
Want to keep the speed up as much as possible, but would like to try a large dia. shaft.
Just seems to get them at a point where they are not to stiff a spine, I have to end up with a 360g arrow.
Im shooting 60# and would like to be in the 320-330g range.
So I dont know, might just stick with the skinny arrows for 3-D and save the magnums for indoor spots.
I am shooting Fatboys 500's with 100g tips. They weigh about 335g. I am very happy with the way they shoot and their durability. Also, I am amazed at how well they fly in the wind. On an average 30 target course, I'd say they save me about 8-10 points.
Center of the 11 is the same size for everyone. LOL! I have shot a ton of arrows mentioned already but always fall back to Carbontech cheetahs. Light weight and after a little quality redo back to being one of the best arrows for straightness and spine tolerances. IMO!
Seems like when shooting the larger diameter arrows I dont aim as well. Its like I know a sloppy shot will cut the line, and in turn my score actually goes down.