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Carbon Express Medallion XR Shafts dz
The Medallion-XR is the sister model to the Medallion-Pro and incorporates 24-ton carbon in a slim diameter shaft for the aspiring target archer at a more economical price. The wide variety of spine offerings in this model works well with low poundage bows and even fits well with youth archers looking to become future FITA or Olympic champions.
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The Medallion-XR is the sister model to the Medallion-Pro and incorporates 24-ton carbon in a slim diameter shaft for the aspiring target archer at a more economical price. The wide variety of spine offerings in this model works well with low poundage bows and even fits well with youth archers looking to become future FITA or Olympic champions.


 

  • Spine selection tolerance: ± 0.0025" max.
  • Weight tolerance: ± 1.0 grains
  • Straightness: ± 0.003"
    * Bare shaft weight
Model Size Qty Grains/Inch* Spine Diameter
SHAFT
50413 2000 12 pack 5.1 2.000" 0.176"
50414 1800 12 pack 5.3 1.800" 0.177"
51560 1500 12 pack 5.9 1.500" 0.183"
51561 1300 12 pack 6.4 1.300" 0.188"
50403 1100 12 pack 4.6 1.100" 0.224"
50404 1000 12 pack 4.9 1.000" 0.226"
50405 900 12 pack 5.2 0.900" 0.228"
50406 800 12 pack 5.6 0.800" 0.230"
50407 700 12 pack 6.0 0.700" 0.233"
50408 600 12 pack 6.7 0.600" 0.239"
50415 500 12 pack 7.6 0.500" 0.244"
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Do these shafts come with pins? The last set I bought from a retail shop had pins with them. Also, are you able to cut an exact shaft length. I want to match the ones I have at 27+9/16". With pins and nocks it comes to 28". 27.5 would be a smidge too short.

Yes they come with pins.. We measure shaft length.




Which Carbon Express Medallion XR Shafts should I be looking at? I have a 30lb 70" recurve with a 31" draw.

It depends on your bow. 30# is not 30#. A fast 30# bow is very different to a slow 30# bow. The Chart recommends 600. However I guess your bow is slow so I would try 700 on the first attempt but don't be surprised if you you need 800. I shoot 800 with 34# 28.5"