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jb24333
01-04-2010, 06:23 PM
I need to know if i will be safe to shoot a 3555 Gold tip arrow with my poundage at 55 pounds and the shaft being cut to 26 inches and a 75 grain tip cause im gonna try and shoot with low poundage and lighter arrows then this past season. last season i shot 74 pounds and a carbon express Terminator select arrow that was heavy. thanks

bfisher
01-05-2010, 06:46 AM
What's the draw length of the bow. My experience says you should be fine with the 3555 at that length and draw weight. They are a .500" spine and I shoot a .500" spine at 27" up to about 63#, but my draw length is about
26.5".

jb24333
01-05-2010, 09:35 AM
my draw is a 28.5 or 29 but iv got a muzzy drop away and it has a built in overdraw on it. but i think im gonna have to get the 5575 cause of the draw length. idk?

bfisher
01-05-2010, 07:29 PM
Yeah, you could, but if you're looking for a lighter arrow for speed you could try the Ultralite Entrada 400. They're easy on the wallet, too. Not rhe straightest, but cut from both ends of the shaft and you'd end up with a straighter arrow.

jb24333
01-05-2010, 08:33 PM
im gonna give them a try. thats not too bad of a price.

RogerSr
01-05-2010, 08:47 PM
Yeah, you could, but if you're looking for a lighter arrow for speed you could try the Ultralite Entrada 400. They're easy on the wallet, too. Not rhe straightest, but cut from both ends of the shaft and you'd end up with a straighter arrow.

I shoot GT Ultalites Pro's with a 500 Spine cut to 29" at 53#, I also shoot the Ultralite that are 0.003 they are at a better price, I get them from
Little Jon's archery for $5.49 a shaft, and I can't tell the difference from the pro's most of the time,if it is a serious shoot I use the Pro's.

bfisher
01-05-2010, 09:08 PM
Roger, that's over $6,500 per dozen.





Yeh, I know. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RogerSr
01-05-2010, 09:47 PM
That is five Dollars and forty nine cents each, $5.49 sorry forgot the decimal point.
but they should be some damd good arrows at that price.