I am not sure exactly how they mounted the laser ,he took the quiver mount off on added the laser,I am shooting 60lbs with a 27 "draw. Have not measured from the mount to the arrow,but i am begining to think that it may be me or the arrow.I am shooting Carbon Express Predators 4560.
What dl and dw are you shooting?
Those arrows are probably too weak of a spine if your over 28" and 58#-60#.
Nah, at 27" I'd say the arrows are spined OK. I'll bet it's something with the centershot or he's torquing the bow. Of course shooting a lighter point might make a difference.
Then there's always the possibility that he's got one of those bows like I have. Just plain untunable, but shoot like a house-a-fire. Most likely it's a hunting rig so I'd skip all the hoopla and just get to broadhead tuning as per Easton's Tuning Guide and seehow that goes just for comparison.
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It must have been something with the rest ,the plastic piece that holds the arrow broke off when I was shooting for the tech. That was a new piece, the original one broke last week.
I'll ask a silly question but are you finger or release aid shooting?? Is the centreshot set for your type shooting??
I am shooting with a release.
With a d-loop?
yes I shoot a D-loop
I ask because some ppl shoot with the release on the string itself. You need to see if your rotating the release when you anchor, twisting the loop and getting a poor release. Not saying you are, just trying to eliminate any of the human factors.