I am shooting a 34 pounds recurve, medium 990 TX limbs and 25 inch GMX riser, right hand. Draw length is around 27.5 inch, arrow length is 29.5 inch. Brace height of the bow is 9 inch.
I have ACE 670 arrows with 120 grain points and K-vanes, which i had a bareshaft impact at 30m 80cm target face on the stiff left side at around the red/blue 6-7 ring.
Recently i upgraded my stabiliser with some weights both on the side and long rods, 25 gramm on the sides and around 70 on the front, previously i had no any weights on them at all.
What i realised is that without any other change on the setup, the bareshaft started to impact the target face on the white 1-2 lines on the left, showing much more stiff reaction then without the weights on the stabiliser.
My questions would be:
1 - does this make sense at all? Can stabiliser weights have such effect?
2 - how bad it is to have bare shaft on the stiff left white at 30m....?
3 - any thoughts for possible ways to get back to fairly better tuning for the arrows?
4 - if no way with this arrows, what spine of arrows would make the bareshaft to the centre if 670 ACE is in the white on the stiff side?
p.s.: i really would like to keep the stabiliser weights, i love now how the bow reacts, it feels really balanced this way, and also sight picture i find is much more stable then before.
Thanks in advance: