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dottorfoggy

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Hi!
Indoor season is ready to start and I'm looking something big and lighter than my 2314
I have 43# and 32" amo right now. The 2314 work good but they feel too heavy for my #
Anyone have tries the fatboy? They can be used at 18mt competition?
 

Timid Toad

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I like my 2315. One set lasted me 4 years including a trip to Oz and back. I found Fatboys weren't particularly accurately or consistently made. I'm currently using X-Seekers.
 

jerryRTD

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Hi!
Indoor season is ready to start and I'm looking something big and lighter than my 2314
I have 43# and 32" amo right now. The 2314 work good but they feel too heavy for my #
Anyone have tries the fatboy? They can be used at 18mt competition?
How will lightness help at 18 meters? If it ain't broke don't fix it stick with the 2314's
 

dottorfoggy

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I don't know if lighter is better. BTW fatboy are no more available and my 2314 are stiff. So I'm going to try the 2312.
 

dottorfoggy

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Little work on tuning in the last days and I can have a good constancy

Bare shafts land in the same spot. Still using the 2314 with 190gr point from Gaspro. Is a long aluminum point

Maybe this pro point. Shorter and maybe heavier can make a little bit weak my shafts? Like a 200/220gr?
 
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