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    X10 tungsten point fit

    Can anybody tell me if you can use X10 tungsten points to replace ACG points, as I'm looking to reduce the length of the point from the end of the arrow shaft.





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    No. The internal diameter on ACGs varies, but the smaller sizes are only ACE sized, not X10.

    There are 3rd party solutions available, if none of the Easton ACE points suit. Other companies make short pile ACE sized points.
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    Thank you for you input Rik, but I'm looking to replace ACG points in FMJ Navigators 400 spine, so the ACE point in not an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rik View Post
    No. The internal diameter on ACGs varies, but the smaller sizes are only ACE sized, not X10.

    There are 3rd party solutions available, if none of the Easton ACE points suit. Other companies make short pile ACE sized points.
    internal diameter of ACG's is the same across the range, that's why G nocks fit them all, they make wider points and pins for the larger spines so that the carbon is protected

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    They changed that when they rebranded the Navigators?

    Then if the Navs are taking ACG points, it should be the same internal fit as ACEs... Which means 3rd party points (e.g. Cartel Xpert) would fit. Maybe.
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    Hi Veldtwalker,

    If the point length is still an issue have a look at these: Products

    Or Top Hat points: TopHat®Arrowheads | TopHat®SL Convex I ID .166 12er Pck

    Best,
    Backinblack

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