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You can shoot an arrow from a bow that is so light as to cause damage to the bow! There needs to be some resistance/weight in the projectile or you will be - in effect - dry firing your bow, which is at least a very bad idea and in most cases very damaging if not catastrophically damaging to your weapon. Flight bows and arrows are, for the most part, ...


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Currently, the lightest arrows I can find are 5 grains per inch of arrow, plus a few for the head, knock and feathers. You are looking at about 150 to 160 grains for the lightest 28 inch draw arrows. If you want lighter arrows fired from a normal draw bow, the Turkish use a "Majra" to fire short arrows from standard length bows. With one of those you ...


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