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ABSOLUTE.27

Absolute Archery - Carbon Arrow Shafts

Arrow shaft 3D

by OK Archery

The 27 series for 3D

After the success of our ABSOLUTE.22 now in really big diameter: the ABSOLUTE.27. Only available in spine 350 and in straightness 0.001. A lightweight shaft with large diameter for fast arrows.

Our standard-point for 3D is the LL Apex in 100 or 130 Grain. For indoor you can order a 180 Grain point. You can do fine-tuning with brass screw-in-weights. Available in 10, 20, 30 and 40 Grain.

Not recommended for use on Stramit!

Price is for shaft only, without components!

 

 

SpineGPILengthIDODWeighttoleranceStraightness/Price
3508.432".380.422+/- 0.5 Grain per Dozen.001 / 97,20 € per Dozen

 

 

Accessories ABSOLUTE.27

LL Apex .380
LL Apex .380
100, 130 & 180 Grain
26,42 €/12 Pc.
Screw-In Weights Brass
Screw-In Weights Brass
10, 20, 30 and 40 Grain
7,85 €/12 Pc.
LL Pin Bushing
LL Pin Bushing
10,68 €/12 Pc.

Arrow Selection Charts

Arrow Selection Charts

Recommendations:

Arrow length is measured from the throat of the nock to the end of the insert. If you are shooting
a longer broadhead than eld point, you may want to choose a slightly stiffer shaft. This are only recommendations, the optimal individual spine can differ.

  1. For compound bows with IBO speed rating between 290-315 FPS shot with a release aid, use the selection chart as specied.
  2. For compound bows with IBO speed rating between 315-350 FPS shot with a release aid, choose at least one box to the stier side (to the right) for your recommended arrow. Example: If your draw weight is 72 Ibs and your arrow length is 29", select a shaft from group number five.
  3. For compound bows with IBO speed rating under 290 fps shot with a release aid, choose at least one box to the weaker side (to the left) for your recommended arrow. Example : If your draw weight is 63 Ibs and your arrow length is 27", select a shaft from group number 2 or 3.
  4. Big diameter shafts: When you want to shoot a larger diameter shaft for target and 3-D archery, use a shaft that is
    stier than indicated on the selection chart. When in doubt, choose a stier arrow shaft.