Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Fix, Jul 22, 2020.
“The key to killing these big bucks... is to put an arrow in them and kill them.”
Built this arrow for an elk hunt. I’ll be using it for everything.
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Same as my elk arrow.
13% FOC at 428 grains.
I don't care how much your arrow weighs.
I honestly can't believe no one else said it
Have to admit the FOC thread is not what I thought it was.
16% Foc 523 grains
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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.
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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