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Since I got a $50 basspro gift card for xmas, I am going to use it to pay for some new carbon arrows. I am going to get the Easton ST Epics. Easton's website say the 400, but would you be able to check it against your software??


Bow= Reflex Grizzly (Hoyt Magnatec)
Lbs= 60 to 65
Right Handed
Drawlength 27 or 27.5 inch (can't remember for sure)
Arrow Length 28 inches
100gr tips

Let me know if you need anymore info.

Thanks :cheers:
 

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Reflex, you shooting 100gr tips??? From what I've seen, the Easton charts are pretty close to being right.
 

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Yeah, 100 is what I was planning, I edited the original post.
 

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Also let me ask this, Would the carbon shafts be big enough for me to put right helical fletchings on? As of right now, the jig that I have is only right helical.
 

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Originally posted by Reflex
Also let me ask this, Would the carbon shafts be big enough for me to put right helical fletchings on? As of right now, the jig that I have is only right helical.
How much degree you talking?? I have a small degree of right (about 3-5 degrees thing) helical on my carbon shafts and I'm shooting blazers. I don't foresee it being a problem.
 

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Originally posted by Reflex
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I finally got on here to see.

Looks like a good choice in arrow for your setup.

I tried posting a pic showing the specs, but for some reason, the site is not allowing me to post pics.
 

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reflex... what kind of fletching jig you using?
 

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I have the Bohning Jig. It has a right helica clamp that comes with it, but i believe you can buy other clamps.

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Not sure what the degree is on it. I will try to look it up
 
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