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    Default GrizzlyStik arrows????

    I was curious if anyone here has used the Grizzlystik arrows? I am looking for a heavy arrow to shoot out of my 100# GTO at a reasonable price and there is some on Ebay that I can pick up. Just would like to know if they are worth the money.
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    2. 07 Elite Synergy 90# @29",474grain Easton A/C/C 300 Superslims 307fps,99.22footlbs KE, Ripcord, HHA slider, 100grn Slicks
    3. 90# Elite Envy @ 29",474 grain A/C/C super slims, speed?Dropzone HD, HHA .19 adjustable
    4. 06 90# Elite E-500,A/C/C 3-60 arrows, Ripcord rest, 92# @ 29" FPS to be announced

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    I looked at those but remember the spine being weak. You'll need a decent spine for that bow. Look at the GT Big Game 100+ shafts with a .280 spine. You can pick them up cheap and add weight tubes to keep them heavy. Easton also release a dangerous game arrow with a .250 spine and 17 gpi.

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    I like the way this guy thinks.. Nice setup man!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tm7554 View Post
    I looked at those but remember the spine being weak. You'll need a decent spine for that bow. Look at the GT Big Game 100+ shafts with a .280 spine. You can pick them up cheap and add weight tubes to keep them heavy. Easton also release a dangerous game arrow with a .250 spine and 17 gpi.
    The Banshee and the Woodie (300) that I have been looking at are 275 spine and 21 grains per inch so they should be fine as far as deflection goes. I have been using the full metal jackets and like them alot it is just hard to find the 300 at a decent price. Do you have a place to get the GT big game hunters at a decent price? Usually spine isn't the problem in finding arrows it is finding ones that are heavy enough to reach the 5 grains per pound rule.

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    1. 08 Elite GTO 100# @ 29" 752gr FMJ Dangerous game 29.5" 125gr Silver Flames, camo Limbdriver, Trijicon Accudial = 266fps ,117.29lbs of KE & .887 slug feet a second of momentumElite
    2. 07 Elite Synergy 90# @29",474grain Easton A/C/C 300 Superslims 307fps,99.22footlbs KE, Ripcord, HHA slider, 100grn Slicks
    3. 90# Elite Envy @ 29",474 grain A/C/C super slims, speed?Dropzone HD, HHA .19 adjustable
    4. 06 90# Elite E-500,A/C/C 3-60 arrows, Ripcord rest, 92# @ 29" FPS to be announced

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    AXIS® Full Metal Jacket™ Dangerous Game

    250 17.2 grains deflection 250
    300 15.5 grains deflection 300

    Those should work!

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    Another option is Gold Tips Big Game +100.
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    I've got Grizzly Safaris for my Buff, first see how they fly othwise the GT +100.
    Roger @ VIERANAS SAFARIS

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    and one more option is the PSE carbon express black mamba safari shafts. They come with felt weight tube and end up around 19 gpi.

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    I've shot the Alaskan Griz stick w/4 mini blazers tipped with a 125 gr Silverflame out of my 70# GTO... bullet holes through paper and flew like darts out to 70 yds. Took a bag and block target to stop the SF...still hit the backstop...
    The Alaskan's are only rated up to 80# , the Safari's are rated for up to 100#s
    70# AT LE GTO/Crackers string & cables

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    Thanks for the ideas guys.
    I just picked some up for 49.00 so I guess I will see how they work out. I will give my findings after I try them out.

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    1. 08 Elite GTO 100# @ 29" 752gr FMJ Dangerous game 29.5" 125gr Silver Flames, camo Limbdriver, Trijicon Accudial = 266fps ,117.29lbs of KE & .887 slug feet a second of momentumElite
    2. 07 Elite Synergy 90# @29",474grain Easton A/C/C 300 Superslims 307fps,99.22footlbs KE, Ripcord, HHA slider, 100grn Slicks
    3. 90# Elite Envy @ 29",474 grain A/C/C super slims, speed?Dropzone HD, HHA .19 adjustable
    4. 06 90# Elite E-500,A/C/C 3-60 arrows, Ripcord rest, 92# @ 29" FPS to be announced

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