It has to do with the bow you use, and the rail length. Use what the manufacturer recommends for that particular bow. Barnetts used to use 22" and Hortons use 20", so they are different for the different product lines.66606 said:The thing about crossbow arrows I'm curious about is why I see the majority of them at about 20" in length. Is it purely because they are then able to be used with Broadheads or is there some other reason?
At the moment I am useing 17" length arrows, but if there is an advantage of useing longer ones then I may well switch over.
Have fun with itSparhawk said:I have Easton 22" Carbon arrows and 125g field points for my Impact (4" vanes). NOt being as experienced as most members here, I'd go by what the manufacturer recommends.
My next set of six will be 2219 Aluminum shafts ordered from the Darton catalog so I can compare each type of arrow... bolt... shaft... whatever