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An interesting direction to expand the line of what MD carries. Unfortunately my compound bow won't shoot straight unless I use 145gr tips, which is extremely rare, as I understand it.
Just got back into bow hunting. Can't you do inserts to make up the difference?
I've never had luck with epoxy or glue; I buy arrows already assembled. Although 2219 is rare enough that I'd have a lot better luck if I set up a small shop to manufacture my own, including weights behind the threaded inserts.
Which I've never personally heard of, but it makes sense that it should work.
I know you know your setup better than I and prolly archery better than I so take what I say with a grain of salt. Back in the day 20-30 years ago I made my own arrows. Tech has progressed light years since then. GoldTip has a video on YouTube explaining FOC and their FACT system. Not a shill for GT. I dont shoot them. Hell my bow is still on order. Easton advices placing collars and also has a video. As you probably know building your own doesn't really save money but you might get closer to what you want.