That would put your arrow at 350 grains, just under 6 grains per pound of maximum draw force.
What does GPP stand for?
GPP stands for Grains per Pound
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- Good Plant Protection (agriculture standards)
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- Governance and Public Policy (various locations)
- Government Performance Project
- Government-Provided Property
- Graduate Partnership Program
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- Graphics Performance Primitives (Intel)
- Gravestone Photo Project (software)
- Great Point Partners (Greenwich, CT)
- Greater Plutonio Project
- Green Plant Phylogeny (research project)
- Green Power Partnership (US EPA)
- Green Procurement Program
- Gross Primary Productivity
- Group Pension Plan
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com), and a bowhunting and target-shooting coach, recommends bowhunters follow the International Bowhunting Organization's minimum standard for arrow weight of five grains per pound of draw weight.
What does it mean when someone says that to be safe you should shoot an arrow that weighs at least 6 grains per pound of bow weight?
I have read in Bowhunter that 6 to 7 grains per pound of draw weight should be used.
The new Grains Per Pound Assistant, which is a plug-in software module to Onset's HOBOware(R) software, makes it easy for users to document building dry down and restoration projects by converting temperature and relative humidity data collected with HOBO(R) data loggers into Grains Per Pound data.
Despite a lightweight, thin-walled design that pushes the 5 grains per pound of peak draw weight limit, the Cheetah is a sturdy shaft that served me well during my spring 2010 turkey hunts.
Ten grains per pound will usually turn down the volume dramatically.
A minimum arrow weight of roughly 6 grains per pound of draw weight is a nice compromise among speed, penetration and noise.