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    Youth Hunting Arrow

    My son is 14 and his draw weight is around 45 pounds. Just wondering what arrows some of you are using for your younger hunting partners? Don't want to spend a ton as I know he'll grow between now and next year and will probably need to get new ones again.

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    Gt 35-55 , Victory and Beeman also have youth arrows

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    I'm going to second cant hit em on the Victory brand; I started with GT's and I feel they have better fletching and nocks but man they are expensive for a beginner (such as myself) and the Victory arrows seem to fly just as straight and still durable enough for about half the price. I can get a dozen +/- 0.006 for about 60 bucks.

    A dozen +/- 0.003's are about $90 where I get em.

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    Deer Crossing Archery makes some great shafts for the price. Good luck!!
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