Here we go...couple of questions
1) I have 3 hoyt bows that are 35" ATA (AlphaMax 35, Maxxis 35, and Carbon Matrix)
I really need some help here. Over the past 2 years, I have purchased and fletched several dozen arrows trying to get the correct spine. PLEASE HELP!!!
Draw is 30.5"
70 lb limbs locked down
28.75" Easton ACC 3-60 (340)
29.50" Easton ACC 3-71 (300)
29.00" Easton ACC Pro Hunter 340
29.50" Easton ACC Pro Hunter 300
28.60" Easton FMJ 340
28.75" Carbon Express Aramid 350
29.50" Easton Axis N Fused 300
Maybe I'm the most anal of us all on here. Maybe I'm not as good as I think, but I can make these bows paper tune perfectly with these arrows, but I CANNOT, FOR THE LIFE OF ME, get the same POI with fixed blade broadheads. IS IT A SPINE PROBLEM? I have purchased the Archery Program, but I'm honestly not adept enough to figure this out. PLEASE HELP. OT2, TAP, whatever. I would prefer to shoot the carbon matrix, so please keep that in mind. Any help would be so appreciated. No pro shop around here will help me broadhead tune, and I feel that doing it alone is a bit over my head. I have shot daily for years, but I'm just not qualified to work on my bows.
If this doesn't work, I'm going to start shooting mechanicals, and I would really prefer to avoid that.
QUESTION #2: I love each of these bows in their own way, but I realize that having all three of these bows is a bit of overkill. I am planning to give one of them to my brother (not the Carbon Matrix). Question is...which one? I'm leaning toward the Maxxis 35 because I believe the AM35 has a little smoother draw. Fire away. Looking forward to opinions.