Re: Long range arrows???
Join the NFAA and start attending shoots and learn how to shoot correctly. Archery is no different than firearm hunting, as far as figuring out what equipment combinations are correct. There is no blanket answer. Draw weight, draw length, cam type, and on and on.
Anybody spending time hunting for arrows on the practice range needs to significantly shorten their perceived hunting distance.
Arrows and bones do not get along. The margin for error is significantly less than it is with a rifle. Just because a person can hit a target does not mean they are within effective hunting range.
It's a stick with a sharp point on it, don't forget the fact that it is a primitive weapon. No matter how technically advanced they get.
All I am saying is that a person needs to be careful for the sake of the game that is being hunted.
To hunt... or not to hunt...? What a stupid question.