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#2930901 - 09/03/12 07:23 PM braodhead problems
switchbacker
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for some reason i cant get my broadheads tho fly properly. field tips are anywhere i want them, but my broadheads are high and left, no matter what ive done. i checked my bands and changed all of them, im at a loss. any ideas

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#2930908 - 09/03/12 07:26 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: switchbacker]
Harvester
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What kind of heads? Mechanical or fixed
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#2930941 - 09/03/12 07:38 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: switchbacker]
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If the bh's are hitting consistently, just move your pins.
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#2931000 - 09/03/12 08:09 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: encore06]
switchbacker
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meatseeker 3 blade 100 grain. they arent grouping well either, i put a rage practice head and it was same as my field points, however i no longer have any rages
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#2931033 - 09/03/12 08:22 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: encore06]
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Two questions have to be answered before you do anything else. Are your arrows the correct spine and is the bow tuned? If either of those are not a "yes", then that will be what you need to correct before you start moving anything as either of them will make broadhead tuning a nightmare—if not impossible.

If you are spined correctly and the bow is in tune you need to move the rest to bring the two to where they are impacting in the same place. Begin by moving the rest down in 1/16ths of an inch increments and/or move the rest to the left in 1/16ths of an inch increments. Only make one adjustment at a time, and I would start by moving the rest vertically. By moving one ,vertical or horizontal, it often affects the other.

After you have both impacting at the same point, then adjust your sight and you're done.
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#2931059 - 09/03/12 08:39 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: TNDeerGuy]
switchbacker
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arrows are correct, i went to both hoyt and victory websites to double check. as for my bow being tuned ill start on that in the afternoon tomrrow. i use a nap quicktune, so by dropping it would it be just dropping it to the lower setting or what? im new to tuning my bow myself
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#2931109 - 09/03/12 09:17 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: switchbacker]
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what are you shooting them in to? i need to shoot mine in to a target
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#2931110 - 09/03/12 09:19 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: switchbacker]
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I would just switch back to rage if they worked.
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#2931129 - 09/03/12 09:34 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: Master Chief]
switchbacker
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shooting into a black block target. id go back to rage but i have these and dont want to buy more, im cheap. the funny thing is i can hear them spinning when i shoot them, its fairly odd
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#2931216 - 09/03/12 11:33 PM Re: braodhead problems [Re: switchbacker]
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 Originally Posted By: switchbacker
arrows are correct, i went to both hoyt and victory websites to double check. as for my bow being tuned ill start on that in the afternoon tomrrow. i use a nap quicktune, so by dropping it would it be just dropping it to the lower setting or what? im new to tuning my bow myself


Yes, you should have a verticle adjustment that will allow you to loosen a bolt and slide the rest launcher arm down.
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