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    I've got some Carbon Express Aluminum arrows in 2216 at 26.75"L. any idea what spine they would be. Ive got a couple dozen. thinking i could use them for small game in a couple weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    I've got some Carbon Express Aluminum arrows in 2216 at 26.75"L. any idea what spine they would be.
    Similar to easton's 2216's I would think, 0.375".

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    good for 65#?
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    If they are similar to Eastons 2216's, I had no problems shooting them through a old 70# Browning. Not the fastest bow out there, but was decent for the time. Around 240 fps. Looked, and I still have at least a dozen of them myself. lol
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    At 26 3/4" they wont be far off, a .340" suits a modern 65# to 30" so they should work. If underspined you can use carbon inserts to decrease point weight and stiffen them up a bit. Really you need to shoot them and see.

    I'd shoot them no worries.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    a old 70# Browning. Around 240 fps.
    Not bad with what is considered today as a heavy arrow.

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    http://www.carbonexpressarrows.com/a...ws/cx-aluminum

    sure do. got mine for $2/ea and an end of season sale
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