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AALLFAB
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I have looked all over this site and all over the web for spine information. I found a chart that tells you which arrows you need at a specific draw length and pull weight. I want to know the spine of Micro Flight arrows 1-12 on a standardized spine tester set at the standard 26" C to C with the standard 2# weight applied. Jim [knothead]
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I would like to know also I just got soe as a gift. Thanks to Elbow.
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Try this site. www.archeryarchives.com/microflite.html. If memory serves, the site also has spine charts for other brands of fiberglass shafts manufactured during that time.
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AALLFAB
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This link did not open for me at all. I have had trouble with this site in the past with the pictures not showing up. I cant find anything about arrows and the search does not work on the site. Jim
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Sorry. It's been a while since I used it,2005 in fact. That is the web address on the bottom of the pages with the charts on them.
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AALLFAB
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I am just not getting anywhere with the archery archives. I deleted the /microflite.html from your link and finally got the actual web site but nothing on arrows except pearson arrows. Jim
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http://www.archeryarchives.com/microflite.html

On the AA site on the right of the front page it says glass arrow shaft spine charts.

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Microflites were introduced in 1961 with shafts offered in sizes 0-10.


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In 1971 the shafts were offered in sizes 0-12.
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AALLFAB
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Thanks much this helps a lot and now your provided link works too. Jim
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Spine defelection for some of the sizes I have. #2 size .849, #4 size .671, #5 size .611, #6 size .582, #7 size .543, #8 size .455, #9 size .420. #10, size .3.90, #11 size .321. Hope this is what you where looking for.
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Helps a lot now I know the general range but the problem i now see is i am getting .770 on #4s and .517 on #8s which makes us 5# apart on one then #8 on the other. jim

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I smell plastic...
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I have #11's, yellow shafts, that I bought in the mid or so 60's. They were made by Browning whom I believe had the original patents on them. They sold it to Bear at some point. I know they went up to a #12 at the time I bought them.
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AALLFAB
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I just built a really good and accurate spine tester so i will be able to tell the spine now but only for the 3 or 4 sizes I have. Jim
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