I am new to traditional archery, and as you can imagine, I am clueless! The Ashby studies have me set on achieving the most FOC possible. I am shooting a 50# bear Montana with a 29.5 inch draw. I have a dozen Easton aftermath 400’s full length. I would like an overall setup of 650 grains to reach the heavy bone threshold while maintaining decent trajectory. I planned to order the meatheads and 125 grain broadhead adapters. That combination with 75 grain brass inserts will give me 390 grains up front.
With that said I have a few questions…
1. Does this sound reasonable for my setup?
2. Will my arrow spine be stiff enough?
3. Will the Easton aftermath arrows fit inside the broadhead to cover the weak point where the arrow meets insert?
4. Any recommendations on what I should do differently
Thanks for your time,