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    X10 are so weak

    I have the same feedback with ace, 430 weak, 400 slightly weak, 370 slightly stiff, all with the 120g point
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    X10 are so weak

    The wear is in the same spot on all the arrows. I shot 44# at the finger, shaft is 32" + point lenght with 380 spine I'm still using the same tip of the plunger in the last year, I have to measure if there is any difference I forgot, I broke 2 arrow by Robin hood, 1 at 50m 6 for ends and 1 at...
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    X10 are so weak

    Is 10 cm long +/- 1mm wide, 5cm after the point, I assume is the contact area with the plunger. I have tested also if where a contact with the rest, but no extra contact was detected. You can see it looking sideway to a source of light, I can barely feel it. I'm using beiter plunger, medium...
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    X10 are so weak

    I did a close inspection on my last arrows, they are good and straight, the only noticeable wearing is where they touch the plunger, I can feel it with the finger. So let's see, if the weather is kind, to test them with the 100g point. Because today we had a snow storm and the indoor range is...
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    X10 are so weak

    He have just on stiffer spine dozen with 140g and more with the 120g point
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    X10 are so weak

    Unless they recommend 100-120, isn't my fault to don't know that guy that I never heard before. My mate shoot the 140gr tungsten on X10 with 1330+ on fita... So?
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    X10 are so weak

    About the tuning, center shot is 3mm on the left to have the bare shaft grouping with others and flying straight, walk back from 20 to 70 meters is OK, straight to the center X10 are new, bought last summer, so maybe 8000 shoot with them Easton recommend 100-120gr point, who recommend 100gr? I...
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    X10 are so weak

    Can be the fact that they result weak in my shooting form? Hitting right red the bare shaft with a standard tune. Too weak at the tip, too much weight on the point, too much stress applied in the weakest part of the arrow. No one ace or acc broke hitting the target wood chassis, just x10s, 6...
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    X10 are so weak

    Here what I'm using, 100/120 brake off, which one are you using? https://eastonarchery.com/product/x10-stainless-steel-break-off-points-dozen-bag/ The second point still have the inner shaft aluminium side on it.
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    X10 are so weak

    Acc are too heavy for me for 90m,already with the X10 my sight is at the bottom end, ace looks the way for me. Acc are really rock solid btw @Whitehart too expensive for 2 dozen of X10 :( I can't justify the price for me
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    X10 are so weak

    Yes, ace 370 looks the cheapest and stronger way Here what I have home now Have 400/370 just for spine test, a dozen of 430 but too weak for me now
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    X10 are so weak

    Genuine easton point @Timid Toad I can see your point @KidCurry im shooting well, last summer my avg was up to 650 at 70m and 570 indoor in training and little less in competition But the point is, when I fail, because I'm not an olimpic shooter, there is no chance that they survive, one hit...
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    X10 are so weak

    I think I'm done with X10 and I'm considering to go back to the ace or something else. With my 32,5" draw lenght the tip is so weak that every time i hit the wood frame of the target, for a mistake, they will immediately explode and is so painful lol Is just me with this experience? I didn't get...
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    Easton X10s

    Here the answer But at long distance can be a different story in windy day
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    number of strands

    BTW the bowstring dimension pdf is good enough to confirm that my serving is too big, I have to order the 0.15, because the 0.18 work perfect on the 16 strands, I have tried yesterday.
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