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    The problem is that there's an element of subjectivity to this dependent on the archer, the bow and other kit used.

    The Easton charts are normally a good starting point, but are often misread or the information needed to use them isn't accurately measured and that skews the results.

    Software such as Archer's Advantage can help with choosing arrow spines as you can input a greater number of variables and compare the effects of changing them. Also, if you know anybody shooting a similar set-up you could ask to have a few shots with to get a feel for how they come out of the bow or alternatively, start by buying only two or three arrows so that you can try them without blowing a wad on the full set.





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