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I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately and I’d appreciate any input.

I’ve been shooting an arrow really well.

27.5” ctc RIP TKO 300 spine 8.8gpi
125g tip
75g insert
A wrap
4 fletch Heat vanes
Lighted nock

Comes out to 500ish grains just under 15% FOC

Higher FOC arrow, but there’s a lot of added weight to the back.

Similar arrow is like to build (ran similar setup last year) –

28” ctc Easton Axis 300 spine 10.7gpi
100g tip
75g insert
A wrap
4 fletch Heat vanes
Regular nock

Comes out to 515ish grains 13.5% FOC

These are very similar arrows – 25g less in the front of the Axis, no lighted nock on the rear (15g difference between lighted nock and regular nock).

So would one be a ‘better’ arrow because of mechanics? What I mean is I’m adding weight to the back so stiffen the shaft of the TKO, but not the Axis. I’ve read before that the arrow acts a lot differently by doing this (adding rear weight) versus shooting an arrow like the axis with a little less weight in front.

Yes, I know if one shoots better go with it. I’m asking if there’s a mechanical advantage between the two.


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