Would like to try some aluminum arrows in my Buck Buster, 20" arrows, 150 lbs. Which weight would be best with 100 or 125 gr Muzzy's ? Thanks
TC Scout,tc scout said:Would like to try some aluminum arrows in my Buck Buster, 20" arrows, 150 lbs. Which weight would be best with 100 or 125 gr Muzzy's ? Thanks
TC Scout,tc scout said:Thanks Hoss, will give the 2219's a try. Have lots of Muzzy 100 gr 3 blade broadheads (have used them in my Hoyt compound for years with good results). Haven't tried the Muzzy's on the carbons that came with my bow yet.
For one thing carbons are either straight or broken.....no inbetween. Aluminum can be slightly bent without much notice until you shoot it 325 fps. Carbons are usually lighter but that isn't always the very best thing.Mike said:Wart -
Can you explain "success"?
I have and shoot both. As long as they are simillar in weight...they shoot very much the same for me!
All,Gray Fox said:If you want to just try a couple 2219s, Wally World now carries them in bulk with 5" vanes. Locally, south of Atlanta, they're $4 with moon nocks. If you need flat nocks just cut off the ears and sand smooth.
I would think at some point in continuing to move the balance of the arrow toward the front would be counter productive. Over 20% seems like a lot.Cossack said:" I use a brass insert in my Gold Tips to get an FOC over 20%, that makes them fly. I using arrows that don't take an insert, I use heavier heads..like 125 or more.