Arrow suggestions

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  1. killer chill-r

    killer chill-r Weekend Warrior

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    Going to pick up my Nitrium turbo with the HHA optimizer king pin. What arrows do y'all recommend with that set up? I mainly hunt hogs & deer. I usual shoot pile drivers pass thrus. Thinking maybe CX reds?
     
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    elkguide Grizzled Veteran

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    I have had great success with Easton FMJ's and the Axis Nano's.

    I wish they still made the ACC's.
    If you could find some new old stock ACC's, those would be my first choice.
     
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    piledriver hunters are CX toughest arrows so will work for hogs, but are very heavy. Also the CX maxima hunters 250 work great
     
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    Daryl Bell Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I love my Piledrivers. If I was ever going to switch thoug, it would be back to Easton FMJ's.
     
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    Talon_Ab77 Weekend Warrior

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    I highly recommend Easton FMJs.
     
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    davidingle Weekend Warrior

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    I shoot fmj's out of my nitrum.
     
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    cawwwrin Weekend Warrior

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    Easton FMJ's. Well worth the price.
     
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    ShaneB22 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Gold Tip Velocity XT's are what I shoot but since it looks like you're going more towards a heavier arrow the Hunters or Kinetics would be a good choice.
     
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    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I would go with the CX piledrivers especially for hogs.
     
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    victoryhunter Weekend Warrior

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    killer chill-r Weekend Warrior

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    Got some CX Maxima Reds, I'll get some FMJ's next week.
     
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    Those two arrows have different spines and different weights. You'll need to change your whole setup when switching from one to the other. I would keep the Maximas for 3D and use the FMJ's for hunting.
     
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    killer chill-r Weekend Warrior

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    I have the King Pin Optimizer TE so all I'll have to do is change to a diffirent sight wheel.
     
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    I shoot a hoyt CST. Use to FMJ with great success it's a great arrow. Just switched to GT Velocitys with 50 insert. 430 gr
     

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