There are others here that have more technical knowledge that I but here are a couple things to consider.Do you like wood working? When I shot wood arrows I figured 1 to 1 1/2 hours per arrow start to finish. That was self knocks, cresting, staining ,sealing & fletching. If you want a perfect arrow without a lot of fuss go carbon. The best thing about carbon shafts is they are either straight or broken. Once you find the carbon shaft that works for you all you do is buy more when you need them. Good wood shafts are harder to find than hens teeth. The guys I used to by from got bought out and there supply liquidated. I switched to carbon because I will not shoot a crappy wood arrow.
Reply To: What type of arrow?Fallguy2016-12-25T06:52:07-07:00