FAQ

How to choose your arrows?

You need for:

 - Your bow draw weight (for example 42#/28")

 - Your draw length

 - The arrow length

 - Bow type

Spine chart
Draw weight
Draw length
27" 28" 29" 30" 31" 32"
30#/28" ~25-30# ~30# ~30-35# ~35-40# ~40-45# ~45-50#
35#/28" ~30-35# ~35# ~35-40# ~40-45# ~45-50# ~50-55#
40#/28" ~35-40# ~40# ~40-45# ~45-50# ~50-55# ~55-60#
45#/28" ~40-45# ~45# ~45-50# ~50-55# ~55-60# ~60-65#
50#/28" ~45-50# ~50# ~50-55# ~55-60# ~60-65# ~65-70#
55#/28" ~50-55~ ~55# ~55-60# ~60-65# ~65-70# ~70-75#
60#/28" ~55-60# ~60# ~60-65# ~65-70# ~70-75# ~75-80#
65#/28" ~60-65# ~65# ~65-70# ~70-75# ~75-80# ~80-85#
70#/28" ~65-70# ~70# ~70-75# ~75-80# ~80-85# ~85-90#

 Arrow length

arrow length

What diameter should you choose?

- 5/16" diameter arrow shafts: Best choise for 0-45# spined arrow shafts. Use this for child arrow, junior arow and weaker bows, because these are lighter shafts.

 - 11/32" diameter arrow shafts: Use this for stronger bows, about for more than 50# spined arrow shafts.

 - 5/16"-11/32"-5/16" barrel tapered arrow shatf: Best choise if the shaft is more than 45- 50# spined. This is the lightest shaft for stronger bows!

What surface should you choose?

 - Linseed oil surface arrows: simplier, cheapest, but sometimes you must to be lubricated with linseed oil.

 - Lacquered surface arrows: durable, not need to conservation.

What feathers should you choose?

 - 2,5" length: Use it to lightweight arrows and short arrows.

 - 3" length: Use it to lightweight arrows and if you want faster arrow and use to long shots.

 - 4,5" length: Use it to normal arrows.

arrow feathers

Nocks

Arizona nocks (black and white)

arizona nock for wooden arrow

Boohning classic

boohning nock for wooden arrows

Traditional wooden nocks

selfnock for wooden arrows

Points

Field

field points for wooden arrows

Bullet

bullet points for wooden arrows

Screwed copper bullet

screwed points for wooden arrows