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  • FITA legal Indoor Arrows

    The legal arrow size for FITA competition is 9.3mm shaft diameter.
    Here is a list of common target arrows that are not FITA legal for competition. - This includes indoor competitions.

    EASTON
    Alloy Arrows with numbers that are 24/64th or greater (24xx) 24/64in is 9.53mm (Also 2317)
    X27 0.422in (10.72mm)
    Eclipse Alloy 24xx and larger
    Cobalt Alloy 24xx and larger
    FullBore 27/64in 0.422in (10.72mm)




    CARBON EXPRESS
    Line Jammer Pro 0.381in (9.68mm)
    X-Jammer 27 Pro (0.414in from website???) (10.52mm???)



    GOLDTIP
    Triple X 0.421in (10.7mm)
    Ultralite 30 X 0.398in (10.11mm)
    Ultralite X cutter 0.380in (9.65mm)




    VICTORY
    X-Killer 0.421in (10.7mm)
    X-Ringer 0.386in (9.8mm)



    If I have missed any or made any mistakes please let me know. Including common other brands.
    Last edited by Brenton; 13th May 2014, 05:28 PM.
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  • #2
    Also....

    The AA Aus 1 / Vegas indoor round has a max size of 27/64 inch. (0.422 inch = 10.72mm)
    This means any current carbon arrow is legal and any alloy up to 27xx.

    3Daaa has a max size of 27/64 inch. (0.422 inch = 10.72mm)
    This means any current carbon arrow is legal and any alloy up to 27xx.

    ABA does not have any restrictions on arrow size
    Last edited by Brenton; 27th July 2013, 11:28 AM.
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    • #3
      looks like a line up of target busting criminals getting there mug shots.

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      • #4
        Your first post is also a list of the fun arrows to shoot.
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        • #5
          Does this mean fat boys are the best choice from the Eastern stable.

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          • #6
            The Carbon Triumph is the largest legal carbon shaft from Easton. Whether it's better than a Fatboy is your choice, personally I like them.
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            • #7
              You guys really have to learn which are real posters and which are spammers trying vague contextual test posts in order to get past spam filters, like william152016
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              • #8
                I'm just looking at getting some indoor arrows is all, and was responding to Brenton's ancient post .And we all know carbon is best choice for best compound 😉

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KevR View Post
                  And we all know carbon is best choice for compound ��
                  Not so sure of that.
                  I would, and do, quite happily shoot 2312 X7s.
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                  • #10
                    Ok thanks James, although you have now made me question my faith in william152016's archery infinite archery wisdom. 😊

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                    • #11
                      X7 is surely best bang for the buck, as we yanks like to say.

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                      • #12
                        Best way to go is forget X7's or X23's and go for some super cheap yet super effective Platinum 2315's... Been shooting them for a couple years now with 290 grain points and they destroy rather nicely

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by KevR View Post
                          I'm just looking at getting some indoor arrows is all, and was responding to Brenton's ancient post .And we all know carbon is best choice for best compound 😉
                          I have recently been testing indoor arrows for the world indoor champs
                          I had brand let's say A, which I had shot with for a long time and work really well but I only had half dozen so for this even I wanted a complete doz so obvious choice but another dozen then i'll have 18.
                          OK so that where the problem started maybe the second dozen is slightly different somehow but I could not get them to shoot as well as the originals, even went to making the points heavier by filling with lead which improved performance just not what i was looking for.
                          After much deliberation I decided to get a set of the new X23's from easton, I must say these arrows are going with me and the 18 others are staying at home.
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                          • #14
                            the last time I got to try my set of X7s on a spin tester, I bought a set of Triumphs that evening. would have been equally happy with X Busters or CXL Pros, but I had someone to go halves in a dozen Triumphs with. plus Easton make very nice 200gn points for $2 each, by the time you don't need to spend $8 each on Propoints, the cost per arrow is close enough to the same.

                            Marcus generously sells by the shaft so you can just buy half a dozen, and they will never bend - really don't know why anyone would go alloy now.
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                            • #15
                              $8 a point! You need a new Pro Point supplier.


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                              Carbon Express
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                              Redback Strings

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