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    Default Spine - arrows for 3D...any event

    I can't remember and can't find a picture of my manner of checking for spine by looking, so will post here.

    Inside the shaft of most carbon arrows there is a blemish line. This is the overlap in the process of making carbon arrows and said the strongest. I've been using this to fletch my target arrows for I don't know how long. My test for my 3D target arrows is they must hit the X ring of a NFAA 20 yard target from 30 yards and due it religiously. Okay, I get picky. None of my target arrows have failed, Victory, Carbon Express and Muddy Outdoors. Dozen fletched this to the blemish line, 15 dozen maybe.

    Note gray to whitish lines inside shaft - if wide pick closest to middle.
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    sonny, just like to ask how do you use the blemish line when fletching?

    blemish line toward the plunger for a finger shooter?

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    Talking archer's paradox, it doesn't make any difference, in or out. Just like a compound, with shoot through or drop rest, up or down. I have spine up.
    Last edited by Sonny Thomas; 08-31-2014 at 06:42 PM.
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