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    lewman
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    I have a MARTIN PROWLER (2005) and the draw wt is 67 with 30 inch draw, I have been shooting easton epic 400 carbon arrows but it was set at 63 pounds. when i went up to 67 pnds and took it to get paper tuned it will not stop tearing high. Do i need to switch to epic 340 arrows or what. the bow has the dyna cam also.

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    Using 30" shafts and 100gr points (an assumption) you should be using 300's. If I had your shaft length and point weight you would know for sure but in any case your 400's aren't spined correctly.

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    I am 30 inch and 100 gr broadheads/ pract tips. the easton chart recomended 340 shafts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbd870 View Post
    Using 30" shafts and 100gr points (an assumption) you should be using 300's. If I had your shaft length and point weight you would know for sure but in any case your 400's aren't spined correctly.
    I was going to recommend 300 shafts, but I see it's already been done.

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    One of the best places to research is the Easton shaft selector - you can find it here
    http://www.eastonarchery.com/products/selection

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    I agree with bfisher and dbd and say that i would recommend arrows with 300 spine.

    "0.300 - ST Epic, ST Epic Realtree HD" (Easton Selection Chart from the link above with your details)
    (2) Martin ShadowCat 2010

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    lewman
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    thanks guys, I will get some 300 epic today and try papertune again over the weekend.

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