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One dozen Beman carbon SKINNY shafts,full length 32 1/2"

12 outserts for screw in shafts

6 outserts for glue on broadheads

9 nock adapters ( outserts ) for glue on nocks

24 or more outsert slide on Nocks

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Walt Francis
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Ken, do you have any idea what the spine range for these are?

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Walt I believe they are 65-80, my partner had two Beman shafts that were suppose to be the same spine, these are 360-16 Carbon Hunters and the others were Carbon Hunters marked 65-80.

Jay shot them out of a 55# bow @28 and he had about a 30" draw. Biggest animal he shot with them was a Eland in South Africa

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Someone has to start the bid. $25
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$45
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$55

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[clapper] [clapper] [archer2]

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$65
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quote:
Originally posted by Greg Dearth:
$65

Thanks for the bid!

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Payment Received from Greg Dearth.

Greg, thanks for helping the kid's!

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