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Bareshaft help

Postby Creep0321 » Sun Aug 02, 2020 11:40 am

As you can see, I can group fine from 20yds with fletched arrows. But at 10 yards bareshaft is crazy, and need help.
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Re: Bareshaft help

Postby PickettSFHunter » Sun Aug 02, 2020 2:08 pm

Are you spined correctly? Look up a tear chart. It will explain things you can do for nock tear left, up, right, and down. I can’t remember so I just always google the chart.
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Re: Bareshaft help

Postby Creep0321 » Sun Aug 02, 2020 2:46 pm

Spine is right as far as I can tell based off the charts.
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Re: Bareshaft help

Postby PickettSFHunter » Sun Aug 02, 2020 3:57 pm

Here’s the chart I use. Even without fletchings you can tell which is nock end just by looking at your target of course. You need to make sure your target stays still also. I ask about spine because so many bow shops are selling everyone 400 spine arrows and that’s just not stiff enough for most situations, especially if your shooting heavier arrows with high FOC.
https://bowlogic.com/arrow_rests/paper- ... pound-bow/

Your nock right so try moving rest left in small increments.
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