Summit Treestands
Target arrows
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
BOX CALL 23-Jan-18
CCOVEY 23-Jan-18
x-man 23-Jan-18
wyobullshooter 23-Jan-18
wyobullshooter 23-Jan-18
Shawn 23-Jan-18
x-man 23-Jan-18
BOX CALL 24-Jan-18
x-man 24-Jan-18
From: BOX CALL
23-Jan-18
I'm setting up an old school PSE elite strictly for target shooting and 3 D.60# and 31" draw.fingers with springy rest.like to set up some arrows just for target and not use my hunting arrows.maybe go with small diameter arrows and want to stick with feathers.what's some choices for this set up,thanks,dan

From: CCOVEY
23-Jan-18
Id go with fat shafts if its strictly a target bow. Better for cutting lines on paper or foam for that matter. Can use nibs or screw in points depending on what you want. Go heavy up front with whatever point you choose. I don't shoot fingers or feathers though.

From: x-man
23-Jan-18
Easton FatBoys, Carbon Tech Hippo's, Victory NVX

These three that I know of have larger diameter without a stiffer spine. You can make them light and fast without going too skinny.

23-Jan-18
+1 on the Fatboys. I love those fast, line cuttin’ suckers!

23-Jan-18

From: Shawn
23-Jan-18
32 or 33" 2712!! Shawn

From: x-man
23-Jan-18
I have 2712's for my indoor setup. I don't weigh them by the grain, I weigh them by the pound. Definitely NOT a 3D arrow. :)

From: BOX CALL
24-Jan-18
Another question.been looking at blazer vanes.always used feathers.grandson shoots blazers on easton bloodline carbons.they smoke.would blazers work with a spriñgy rest?

From: x-man
24-Jan-18
Keep your feathers while using a springy rest.

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