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Anyone shooting Wyvern's arrows? It's a BEE that comes in at 345 grains with a lower profile vane than some of the other popular arrows. Shooting great for us at top end speeds. Just curious if anyone here is killing anything with them?
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Yep. I got a dozen bare shafts from Dave in early 2019. Bare shaft tested and sorted them. Fletched them with offset, 3” fusions. They will put Ramcats right with field points out to 50. This arrow was hanging out of the exit side when the buck was thrashing around in hard rock. Still fine other than a few scratches.

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Yep. I got a dozen bare shafts from Dave in early 2019. Bare shaft tested and sorted them.
Joe - at what distance do you bare shaft test them and how much did you rotate each shaft to find the sweet spot? I assume you started with either spine up or spine down. Thanks.
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Tim, I shot the bare shafts at 30 yards. I marked them much like Randy XX75 did on C/T, but every 45 degrees. When they shot into my aiming spot 3 times in a row. I marked the top of the arrow much like I've seen spine indexed arrows marked. After that, I fletched them. Excalibur bow and flat nocks.
 

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345gr … with or without a field point?
 
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