FOC

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  1. slickbilly-d

    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    “The key to killing these big bucks... is to put an arrow in them and kill them.”
     
  2. 206moose

    206moose Weekend Warrior

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    Built this arrow for an elk hunt. I’ll be using it for everything.


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  3. Mod-it

    Mod-it Weekend Warrior

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    Same as my elk arrow.
    13% FOC at 428 grains.
     
  4. BigHoss

    BigHoss Weekend Warrior

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    I don't care how much your arrow weighs.

    I honestly can't believe no one else said it :)
     
  5. Sota

    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    Have to admit the FOC thread is not what I thought it was.
     
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    SkylarPreston Weekend Warrior

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  7. cantexian

    cantexian Grizzled Veteran

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    18.7% @ 580 grains or 19.4% @ 605 grains. Depends upon broad head selection of 125 grains or 150 grains. Give me crap about the different arrow weights if you want, I have shot both out to 50 yards and the POI change is so small that I don't care. Under 35 I cannot tell any difference.
     
  8. Vabowman

    Vabowman Grizzled Veteran

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    I don't know nor have I ever known. I only hunt whitetails and most shots are 20 and under. I do know my arrow weighs 390gr this year. We have small bodied deer down here. Most does weigh 60-85 lbs and buck 100-140lbs. it;s never been much of an issue. But I am curious
     

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