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    Super Moderator Arrow Splitter's Avatar
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    Here's a forum for you guys to check out:
    I've been a member there for a little while(under the same username), and it seems to be an excellent forum.
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    Senior Member alex's Avatar
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    Thanks for the link! I don't use broadheads, but it's good to know that there's such a forum just in case...
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    Thanks, can always yap about broadheads, asked who recomemded me, so now you've got at least one reference. Thanks again, probably see ya there.
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    Default How far is too far for moving centershot and nocking point when broadhead tuning

    been messing with my Onza trying to get some 10 grain thunderheads to shoot the same as the field points...turns out 400 spined arrows at 28" put he broadhead to the right and if I moved the rest really far to the right(should be left), I got some good results...yet this can't possibly corrrect as its no way lined up with the string at this point.

    next i swithed to a 29" 350 spine and reset the centershot....arrows ends up in the center, but this time is high with the broadhead....dropping the rest down pretty far seemed to get good results but once again there's no way that could be correct as the nocking point was 3/8" above level and the vanes looked as they could hit the self....however, did notice my arrow wasnt level with the berger holes, so I reset the rest and will start over.

    question far should you move the rest from centerline before you decide the arrow is not spined right?

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