I`m looking to get some new arrows..and I`m kind of at a crossroads..
Bow is currently set at 65# and I don`t think I`ll change it.
Arrows are currently 7595 ... 28 1/2 length , 4" vanes, 100 grain tip and according to gold tips charts just a hair over 403 grains.I`m not sure about the speed but I`m guessing it`s pretty low but the kinetic energy should be high.
My queston is ..the chart shows 5575 for 28" and 7595 for 29" mine being 28 1/2 is kind of no mans land.
I can possibly take up to an inch of the length..clearance looks good.
I`ve been playing with the FOC charts too, trying to get balance.
Should I stay with the 7595 set up or go shorter?
5575 @27 1/2 " with 4' vanes and 85 grain tip would give me 360.5 grain arrow weight, increased speed and I guess ..noise.
Does tip weight actually matter if the overall kinetic energy says its enough or do the heavier tips have more cutting area?
Sorry it`s long winded and novice like but your opinions would be food for thought