Use the Gold Tip spine selector tool to find out which arrow spine is best for your bow.
Arrow Selection Charts
Arrow length is measured from the throat of the nock to the end of the insert. If you are shooting a longer broadhead than field point, you may want to choose a slightly stiffer shaft.
Important: Please Read
*Point Weight = The total combined weight of point, insert, Ballistic Collar and FACT weight.
Step 1: Find your draw and point weight in the chart.
Determine the length of your arrow by measuring from the throat of the nock to the end of the insert.
Find the correct group number in the shaft selection chart.
Find your appropriate spine selection for your bow and use the detail arrow specifications chart on the next page to see which shafts are available in your spine. Arrow length is measured from the throat of the nock to the end of the insert. If you are shooting a longer broadhead than field point, you may want to choose a slightly stiffer shaft.
Compound Bows - With Finger Release
When shooting finger release, start by selecting an arrow 2 boxes to the weaker side (to the left). Start with the arrow 1” longer than you selected and cut it down 1/4” at a time until you have a perfectly tuned shaft using the bare shaft tuning method outlined in the back of the Gold Tip product catalog and the Arrow University section of the Gold Tip website (goldtip.com).
1. If you are shooting a recurve/longbow, first establish the draw weight of the bow at the length you draw it to. This is best accomplished by bringing the bow to full draw and having a friend mark the arrow where it intersects the outside of the riser.
2. For either longbow or recurve, start with the arrow at least 1” longer than your desired finished arrow and cut the shaft down 1/4” at a time until you establish a perfect tune using the bare shaft tuning guide outlined in the back of the Gold Tip product catalog or in the Arrow University section of the Gold Tip website (www.goldtip.com). You can use the Gold Tip weight system to fine tune the spine reaction and increase the mass weight of the arrow.
The Gold Tip Hunter XT is based on the most versatile arrow ever made, the original that put Gold Tip on the map. If you had to pick one arrow to last the rest of your life, a Hunter series would be it.
The Gold Tip Arrow Tube is a great way to store your arrows. It's a hard plastic storage case that helps protect your arrows and bring them with you. It comes with an internal Quiver that helps to organize the arrows inside the tube, so they don't get all bunched up, and it helps to keep your fletchings straight. It features a screw top lid to keep it secure, and it's adjustable in length to accommodate various sizes of arrows and bolts.