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    I'm thinking about trying either the Easton Fullbore or Fatboy shafts. 350 g uni with a 200 grain glue in point for indoor spots. 55 pounds with a 28.75 arrow shaft. On Target 2 tells me I'm good to go but anybody here have any fist hand experience with these shafts?.


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    Been shooting Fatboys, they shoot great. No experience with th Full Bores.
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    Don't worry too much about spine for shooting a fixed yardage. I have been shooting a GT 22 series (300 spine) with 155 gr tips (Insert + 125 gr point) at 27" and 42# all winter long. By the charts this doesn't spine right for me until about 75#, but who cares about the charts. They group. Personally, I would go with the bigger diameter between the two.
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    Thanks guys. I was double checking my OT-2 specs after updating the 2012 specs for the Scepter. It's showing that i"m a little on the weak side with the 200 grain points. It's showing that I should go with the 150 grain points. with the 350 shafts. That's the consensus I'm getting fro most. What Nock should I go with, the G Uni or S uni. Is one better than the other?
    I'll be using 28.75 Shafts with a 55 DW.
    Thanks for the assistance.

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