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    Bow poundage vs. wooden arrow spine?

    So I'm looking forward to the winter projects list and one of them is making up some arrows to replace the sad, smashed remnants of the summers shooting..

    Currently I'm shooting 11/32 shafts bought for a 45lb recurve since sold. I'm now shooting a 35 lb bow and much happier with it. I'm thinking of going down to 5/16th shafts and they seem to be sold in 30-35 lb or 35-45 lb spine - since my bow is allegedly 35 lb which range would be best?

    I guess the smart way would be to borrow a draw weight scale and see what I'm actually holding at my draw length then choose?


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