2011 Firecat 400
2013 PSE Drive
2012 PSE Brute X
They all work well if done properly. That being said every bow is different and some don't paper tune that well. But they do when it comes to walk back tuning or another method.
Paper, walk back if I'm not satisfied with how the bow is shooting.
Throw it together.
This last time I tried a french tune instead of a walkback, and I gotta say that is was very easy! I tested with a walk back after and didn't have to change a thing.
Usually before hunting season, I'll broadhead tune, just to be sure that everything is flying the same. They're all just tools in a toolbox and each have their purpose and place.
My brother in law says its all a waste of time, but I feel that if I run all these "tests" and they pass... my confidence in myself and my equipment is at a high. Especially when that thirty point buck walks in front of my stand!
My wife packed my bags and threw me out, as I was walking out the door, she told me "I hope you have a long and miserable life!"... To which I replied "Oh, now you want me to stay?!" LOL
2011 Onza 3: 70#, 28.25 draw (AMO), 384 gr arrow, 288 fps
2005 Saber: 70#, same arrow, 250 fps
Does anyone have a link to sight that explains French tuning?
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