Or does anyone there else look at the way there fletching is on the arrows when they are stuck into a target?
I like to look at what direction the cock feather is in on all the arrows I shoot. If 5 out of 6 arrows have the fletching all facing the same direction when stuck into the target. That, to me, may mean something is wrong with the #6 arrow......Or am I just over thinking this? Like with everything else, consistency is key right?
Archers see how far away they can hit a target, Bowhunters see how close they can get to theirs.