Easton Axis setup

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  1. rspecht

    rspecht Newb

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    I shoot a Mathews Legacy at 60# with. 27.5 inch draw length. I’m looking at getting some Easton Axis arrows. What is the best setup for hunting for this arrow? I would like to get 12% FOC. I shoot 100 grain broadheads. What other things should I consider when setting up these arrows? Thanks!


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    Whew, there's a lot to unpack there. I'll assume you are shooting the 5mm? At 340 spine so 9.6 gpi. And I'll also assume your vanes are blazer (3) and I guess I'll say you have a nocturnal nock. You will need to screw in a 50 grain weight into your insert to get to 11.6%



    Here is the calculator.
    https://www.goldtip.com/Resources/Calculators/FOC-Calculator.aspx
    Get yourself a cheap scale
    https://www.3riversarchery.com/supe..._3XB_1T53YC3lV57GjolBU_Ekvw_qfAxoCGJEQAvD_BwE


    Just don't forget you need to stiffen your shaft when you load the FOC. That change will effect your GPI which is the greatest factor in the equation.


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