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  • If shoot arrows with a diameter of .298 should I use field points with a diameter of 20/64 (.3125) or 19/64 (.2969)? Does it rea

    If shoot arrows with a diameter of .298 should I use field points with a diameter of 20/64 (.3125) or 19/64 (.2969)? Does it real make that big of a difference? Thanks

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