so many variables

Discussion in 'Intro to Bowhunting & Archery' started by JVanmeter, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. JVanmeter

    JVanmeter Newb

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    I am fairly new to archery. I started last year and all of the information can get confusing with so many mixed opinions. Fixed point vs mechanical, arrow weight, ect. I have a 55# with 28in draw length and a 340 beman arrow. I have NAP thunderheads, but was thinking of getting the c.o.c rage ss mechanicals. Thoughts?
     
  2. Fix

    Fix Die Hard Bowhunter

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    You would be best shooting fixed at that weight
     
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    802bowlife Weekend Warrior

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    I'm with Fix, get yourself some nasty fixed heads to fling at 55#. if you're new go to a nearby pro shop that knows the bow you shoot well so you're sure you're shooting the right arrow specs.
    Best of luck dude
     
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    55# does not make your bow THAT slow... **Pssst** You can use either... and here's another hint... if you don't like it, change to something else! Enjoy the journey!
     
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