quote:Originally posted by bucksbuouy: you have got to shorten those shafts. drawing 27 1/2" and shooting a 32" arrow would be like shooting a wet noodle man. whats the spine size on your shafts? whats your point weight? you cant begin to play with brace height until you got your arrows right. feel free to send me a post message.
Beman FMX 500 Classics. Brass insert and 145gr field point.
If you get those shafts cut to 28.5" at the base of point you are going to be just about perfect... but thats a pretty snappy bow ya got there so Ill bet if you drop the point weight a little to 100 or 125 your really going to get good flight. If you do that you can just go ahead and set brace at the manufacturers highest recommended setting and be done with it. If total mass weight is an issue for you, you can fill your shafts with rice or coffee or something.
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