Selecting the Correct Arrow for Barebow

By Mark V. Lonsdale

After considerable research, including talking with my former coach and the Easton reps at the Vegas Shoot, I settled on the Easton RX-7 23s for future barebow shooting. Up until now I’ve been experimenting with the Easton Ballistic XX75 2213s which seemed to work well from my 40 pound Hoyt Xceed.

Initial testing with an assortment of 20-year old Easton Ballistic 2213s

The RX-7s are a tappered shaft well suited to indoor barebow shooting. They are compatible with Easton 2315 Uni Bushings, one piece 100 grain bullet points, Easton 3D Super nocks, and Beiter 19/1 insert nocks.

Arrow components fresh from Lancaster Archery, including 5″ right wing, Trueflight, shield cut feathers.
Easton RX-7 23-420s

Fletched up a half dozen shafts last night so will begin testing and tuning this week. The final component that I’m waiting for is a Zniper arrow rest.

Hoyt Xceed 25″ riser with Carbon Velos limbs

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Author: Mark V

Dedicated shooter, seeker, traveler, teacher, trainer, educator

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