I ordered a batch of Easton Powerflight 300 spine, cut to 30"
these come with CB inserts and nocks, I'm using blazer vanes, but not sure what sort of field tip to use.
the Bowtech Destroyer 350 is set to about 65lb (estimating by the locking nuts being about halfway down those grooves in the riser, the limbs are torqued down about half the maximum they can go, not sure if this is a correct way to estimate though, I don't have a measuring tool)
the draw length is 29"
Assuming it's about 65lb, and taking into account the 300 spine of the Easton powerflights, the CB inserts, 2" blazer vanes, and nocks, (and the 30" shaft length) how do I select a field tip?
I bought some crappy EZ pull tips (they seem stainless or something, and were cheap) but they don't fit flush, there's a gap around the insert, and that probably can't be good.
they're the first lot I've bought, I plan to get another dozen.
I'd prefer pointy field tips to the ez pull ones, and I'd like them to fit flush with the insert and the shaft.
i'd like to be able to change to broadheads using the same arrows if possible.
I can increase the poundage, what it's set to at the moment is comfortable, but setting it heavier would be no problem if that needs to happen.
any pointers on what sort of field tips to get (based on the weight of these arrows?) and any additional info on how to tune these arrows would be greatly appreciated.