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330 spine arrow total weight
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MA-PAdeerslayer 13-Mar-21
Paul@thefort 13-Mar-21
MA-PAdeerslayer 13-Mar-21
Scooby-doo 13-Mar-21
MA-PAdeerslayer 13-Mar-21
MA-PAdeerslayer 13-Mar-21
Scooby-doo 15-Mar-21
Arctic Hunter 18-Mar-21
Jack Whitmrie jr 18-Mar-21
12yards 18-Mar-21
Tilzbow 18-Mar-21
MA-PAdeerslayer 18-Mar-21
MA-PAdeerslayer 19-Mar-21
12yards 19-Mar-21
Scooby-doo 19-Mar-21
13-Mar-21
28 1/2” arrow, 65# draw, 330 Spine...

Realistically how heavy can I build this arrow???

From: Paul@thefort
13-Mar-21
I shoot a 28.5 inch GT Kinetic 340, 9.9 gr per inch. then add a 125 gr three bld BH==407 gr, and add, both inserts and vanes, and nock. should be around 450 grs. Bow poundage is 60#

13-Mar-21
Thanks Paul! I have some 330s laying around. Wasn’t sure if I’d be able to go heavy FOC or if I’d need to get a stiffer spine

From: Scooby-doo
13-Mar-21
I would think up to 200-225 point weight, if ya can shorten it a tad more say 27.5"s you can easily go over 225 point weight. I shot 27.5" .400 spine out of 65-70# bows with 190 grain point weight for a lot of years. Shawn

13-Mar-21
What would you say total weight was Shawn? I could shorten to that no problem. No inserts in yet

13-Mar-21
What would you say total weight was Shawn? I could shorten to that no problem. No inserts in yet

From: Scooby-doo
15-Mar-21
Depends on GPI of shaft. With 225 you will get over 500 grains on most .330 spined arrows even cut to 27"s or so. Shawn

18-Mar-21
My 330 injexions weighed around 480 I believe at that length. That was with titanium inserts, four fletch and wrap.

Of course, since they discontinued them, they’ve become harder to find.

18-Mar-21
Easton Aftermath 340 spine with easton 75 grain brass insert will weigh 497 grains with a 125 grain point . Great arrow for middle of the road with a nice 17% FOC

From: 12yards
18-Mar-21
Need more info. What is your draw length and what gpi is your arrow?

From: Tilzbow
18-Mar-21
Also need to know what kind of rest you're shooting and if you use a release or fingers.

18-Mar-21
Switching to drop away rest. 28.5 draw. Trigger release. My GPI is 9.6

19-Mar-21
Switching to drop away rest. 28.5 draw. Trigger release. My GPI is 9.6

From: 12yards
19-Mar-21
I would say somewhere around 450 grains. I don't think you could load the front up that much at 65 pounds. If you cut an inch of arrow length off, maybe. But I think you will need to use standard inserts and at most a 125 grain head.

From: Scooby-doo
19-Mar-21
You can load the front a ton on those arrows at 28"s or less. I have shot 190 grains of point weight out of 67# bow and a .400 spine arrow cut to 27.5"s. They spine plenty higher than a .400 spine. As I said 225 grains up front cut less 27.5"s and they will spine fine even out of 70# bow and that will no doubt get you over 500 grains. Shawn

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