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Arrow Shaft Length and Labeling. ... A smaller number means that the arrow has a stiffer spine. For example, 3-60/340 means three wraps of carbon-fiber with an aluminum core tube diameter of 60 and a spine stiffness rating of 340. Carbon arrows also are labeled to indicate their spine deflection.
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What does the spine number mean on arrows?
MAKING SENSE OF ARROW SPINE. ... Here is what arrow spine means and how it affects the flight of your hunting arrow. Arrow Spine. The spine rating of an arrow is simply a measurement of its stiffness. The same Easton arrow comes in a variety of stiffness: the lower the number, the stiffer the arrow.
MAKING SENSE OF ARROW SPINE - Easton Hunting

What happens if your arrows are too lightly or heavily spined for your bow?
Every arrow shaft has a degree of stiffness called spine, which is its resistance to bending. ... If your arrows are too lightly or heavily spined for your bow, the “archer's paradox” movements will be extreme, resulting in poor arrow flight and loss of accuracy. (It's better to err on the stiff— too heavily spined—side.)
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What size arrows should I shoot?
If you want to target practice, you want the arrow to weigh in total (shaft, vanes, insert, nock and field point combined) around 5 to 6 grain per pound of draw weight. So if your bow has 60 lbs. of draw, you want to use arrows that weigh in total between 300 and 360 grain.
How To Choose Arrows For a Compound Bow - a Beginners Guide

Can an arrow be too long?
The longer the arrow, the weaker the spine. So to answer your question, yes an arrow can sometimes be too long. Longer arrows can also lessen your FOC (Front Of Center) percentage, which may cause less than optimal broadhead flight. It can't hurt if it's too long if it's shoots well for you.
Can your arrows be too long? - ArcheryTalk

What size arrows do I need for my recurve bow?
Once you've determined your draw length, simply add 1 to 2 inches to that, and this will be your ideal arrow length. So if your draw length is 28″, you should be using arrows that are between 29 and 30 inches long.
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What does shaft size mean on arrows?
Arrow Shaft Length and Labeling. ... Aluminum and carbon-fiber combination arrows are measured by spine deflection. A smaller number means that the arrow has a stiffer spine. For example, 3-60/340 means three wraps of carbon-fiber with an aluminum core tube diameter of 60 and a spine stiffness rating of 340.
Arrow Shaft Length and Labeling - Bowhunter-ed.com

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