Same result here!
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Same result here!
You could check out youth models if necessary.
I usually get my Bare shafts and fletched shafts hitting together and the result is FP's and BH's hit together. This approach work's the best for me.
Same here! Best rest I've used Period!
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And it's going to be a little heavier , which will result in more KE.
Can you rule out fletching contact?
At this price, I wouldn't chance it!
Assuming you will be shooting arrows at close to 28" with 100gr tip , either spine will work. I use 28.25" arrows at 65# and both these spines work excellent for me.
Your spine is fine. Have you checked the centershot of your rest?
Personal preference. I'd hold my 10 a little high or you can gap the pins which would be to use the area between your 10 and 20 for your aiming point but it is a little tougher to do. If your bow is...
With those specs you're close to the border of the two spines, so I'd go with the 350-340 spine. The little added weight will help your overall KE for hunting.
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Need to know arrow length and point weight also
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What type of sight?
I think that they withstand more impact with less damage because they will have some give on impact.
Here's the site I gave the OP. I have called and left messages and emails and none were ever returned. You might email them that you are interested in a hunt and if they respond ask about your stand...
Nope, I also experiment quite a bit also. You said you would give it a week and revert back if you weren't satistified, that will be plenty time to get your bow tuned back with your original setup.
When you post pics, you will get tons of help. Like you stated a too long draw length will do this as will inconsistent grip. We'll know better when pics are posted.
You're alright with the spine. You can yoke tune to get them to hit the same. You also can go on the Brand Specific thread and ask away there on the Hoyt thread. You can put a twist in the right leg...
Your alright with the spine. You can yoke tune to get them to hit the same.
First Bear Whitetail. Not much has changed in technology since! Lol
I punched your info in the Easton axis shaft selector and it also say's a 300 spine arrow for your specs.
IMO you are way underspined for your specs and should be using a 300 spine arrow.
I think there also was a recall on the Axis arrows for an issue. Maybe do a search for info on the recall.
Your spine should be fine , maybe a little stiff. What issues are you having?
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