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    Victory HV 350's Fly great if you know where to put the stiff side of the spine . No rules up by me . No classes for different sight's , age , or anything . Either shoot bowhunter or open , thats its . If you shoot alot in the open , I'd think about the GT22's , good all around arrow .
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    I am shooting Gold Tip 30X Pro's cut at at 26 1/2" for a 27 1/2" draw at 70 lbs or so and they are stiff but shoot great out to 60 yards.
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    I'm not that serious into 3D or competition. To me it's fun and good practice for hunting so I just use my hunting arrows.

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    I use fatboy 500's for 3-D. They fly well at 53 lbs DW & 28" DL.
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    im fletching up some ultralight 22 pros right now with 130g up front. probably going to end up cutting them about 29'' total length for a 30'' draw 52lb gt500. crazy stiff but should shoot good
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    Recommend the GT Pro 22's. Awesome 3D arrows!

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrieverfishin View Post
    To the guys that are shooting the light arrows (305-320gr), are you not shooting in an association with speed limits? I have to shoot my 60lb setups around 380gr to stay under 280.
    What fun are speed limits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJY View Post
    What fun are speed limits...
    Rules were meant to be broken!

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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.

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    could try the victory xringer hv. it comes in a 350 spine or the victory vx23 comes in 350 and 400s
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