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    Quote Originally Posted by justin View Post
    i tagged an arrow a few weekis ago in winter league and my shooting fell apart!! lol now i have a messed up aarow and cant shoot worth a hoot!!!
    Dont tell me things like that.

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    That's a great shot, Scott! I hope the killed one wasn't your best arrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    I put a set of 50# limbs on my Alien X a couple weeks ago. Just measured everything - did a straight limb swap - re-checked the measurements and everything was the same so I didn't re-tune or anything. Shot around 200 arrows thru it the past week and all seemed to be well.
    Since it is the bow I am going to use for spring Turkeys, today, I thought I would put a couple broadheads on and see if they still impact the same.
    So I go outside and set up at 25yds (my top pin) and put a broadhead in the target. Load a FP tipped arrow and:


    So - guess I wont change the tune...
    I hope you don't plan to do this on a regular basis...it might get costly.lol
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    Last night for Valentines day my wife gave me a dozen new arrows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    Last night for Valentines day my wife gave me a dozen new arrows.
    Oh, so that's why you don't mind breaking arrows.
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    No - still sad about the arrow. Not so much it but the time to build another.
    Cutting/fletching etc is pretty boring...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    No - still sad about the arrow. Not so much it but the time to build another.
    Cutting/fletching etc is pretty boring...
    Yeah, I got to agree with you there, especially when there is a dozen or more arrows to be done.
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