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    Quote Originally Posted by DryFlyGuy View Post
    At 73 pound draw, I am guessing the spine of his arrows has to be a minimum of 340. I've shot a 340 spine arrow at 72 pounds with 125gr broadheads, and they flew fine. You are absolutely right if the spine is much weaker than that.
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    Well I went with the 125 grain all stainless Muzzys. With a 435 grain arrow I'm getting 276 fps for 72.5 KE, that should work for moose. Shoots a litte tighter than the 90 grainers...bonus.

 

 

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