Originally Posted by Muliemaster
Only way to tune imho is bare shaft an walk back tune, i have zero probs shootin tight groups out to 100 yrds. Now i didnt say shoot gaame at 100 i said shoot groups at 100 yrds, i shoot up to 135 in practice. Start at long range then get shorter in distance
If my fletched arrows show nice tear in paper, why would I have to bare shaft or walkback (esp when FP's and BH's hit same at 50 yards)??????
I do bare shaft test with carbons, as I tune them for higher FOC and proper spine (since carbon charts suck). But then I'm usually grinding on wooden recurve risers to change centershot (get them closer to it)
Aluminums and the old Easton charts, were pretty darn good. I just found what it said to use, and went a block over to the right. Boringly uneventful.
But then I always shot helical feather fletch, substantial offset too (on recurve stuff).
I don't like drama on my TV, computer or at the target range