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I downloaded Easton's Arrow Chart calculator and they have a FOC calculater with it. I typed everthing thing in for my axis 400 arrows and it came up with 11.6%. I don't know if thats a good percentage or not?:confused:

I was thinking about switching to FMJ'S 340 next year and I was wandering if it would be worth the time to have them put in 25 grain brass inserts to get a little better FOC?

Here is a link to the software if you want it

http://www.eastonarchery.com/download/software
 

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How about the 25 grain insert? Has anyone ever put these in before?

I will be turning my bow up to high 60's maybe 70lbs this year and a heavier arrow trying to get where I can get some more energy in the air. I am sure a extra 25 grains wouldn't hurt either.
 

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I have a reason for doing this. If I hit a deer in the shoulder, I want it to go through. I know people will tell me to shoot muzzy's, but I want to shoot rage's. I hit a good one in the shoulder last year and watch run away with about 2" of my arrow in the shoulder.:mad2:
 
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