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    • little g
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      I need a little help findings arrows for my recurve 42 pounds 29 inch draw 52 inch bow I would like to shoot easton axis or any other smooth shaft.

    • Dan Jackowiak
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      A 500 spine should fly good and if you really want to load up on the foc a 400 just might work. It just depends what your after?

      Is the bow center shot? how long of an arrow do you want to shoot?

    • Psychmonky
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      I’ll second the .500 spine. I just made up some Goldtip 3555’s with 100gr brass inserts and 200gr points. Total arrow weight is 578gr. Shooting them out of a 45lb recurve.

      You can play with tip weight and/or length to adjust spine.

      Scott

    • jaytbuzzard
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      Do you have to use a high speed arrow saw to cut carbon fiber arrows or could I use a band saw. I want to try to build some and I need to do it at home. Thanks.

    • Dan Jackowiak
      Post count: 106

      jaytbuzzard wrote: Do you have to use a high speed arrow saw to cut carbon fiber arrows or could I use a band saw. I want to try to build some and I need to do it at home. Thanks.

      I don’t think that will work. You could use a dremel like in this video.

      http://www.alaskabowhunting.com/Webpage.aspx?WebpageId=41

      I’ve always used an arrow saw, I bought one 20 yrs ago and its still going strong.

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