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\r\n Decided to take advantage of the break in the rain and quit loading up animals 2-by-2 and building my big boat for them I used the time to broadhead tune for the 2007-2008 Hunting Season...before somebody starts seeing Rut activity next week
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    \r\n As you started in the oroginal post, the bow is a lefty. I would take this to mean all of the left / right sight adjustments would be opposite for a right hand shooter.\r\n
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    As you started in the oroginal post, the bow is a lefty. I would take this to mean all of the left / right sight adjustments would be opposite for a right hand shooter.
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    \r\nThe left/right and up/down adjustments are the same for right or left hand shooters. Don\'t think of it in terms of moving towards the bow or away; instead only use left and right when you\'re thinking about it. To visualize and decide which way to move the rest I simply take the scenario to the very extreme in my mind: I say, "If I move my rest all the way to the left, then the broadhead will be way left of the nock when it starts out causing the broadhead to pull the arrow further left from the field point." Also, if you make an adjustment that makes your problem worse, then just move it the opposite way.\r\n
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    As you started in the oroginal post, the bow is a lefty. I would take this to mean all of the left / right sight adjustments would be opposite for a right hand shooter.
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    \r\nYou are correct in assuming that moving the rest moves the point of impact for the field point groups also. The key to this tuning method is that the broadheads will plane when shot out of an untuned bow, but field points are much more tolerant of an improper rest position (they don\'t steer the arrow from the front). The whole point of this tuning is that moving the rest moves the broadhead groups more than the fieldpoint groups, and the point where the two groups merge is the definition of a well-tuned bow. At this point you move your sights to get the groups into the center of your target.
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    \r\nOut of desperation I tried some Muzzy 100 grain 3 blades and they hit right with my field points. So do some Montec G5 85 grains that I tried in the past, but they were not sharp enough for my taste.
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pn[1062270900] = "1062270899,1062270903"; pn[1062270903] = "1062270900,1062270904"; pn[1062270904] = "1062270903,1062270905"; pn[1062270905] = "1062270904,1062270908"; pn[1062270908] = "1062270905,1062270923"; pn[1062270923] = "1062270908,1062270924"; pn[1062270924] = "1062270923,1062270925"; pn[1062270925] = "1062270924,1062270926"; pn[1062270926] = "1062270925,1062270932"; pn[1062270932] = "1062270926,1062270933"; pn[1062270933] = "1062270932,1062270934"; pn[1062270934] = "1062270933,1062270935"; pn[1062270935] = "1062270934,1062270936"; pn[1062270936] = "1062270935,1062270937"; pn[1062270937] = "1062270936,1062270938"; pn[1062270938] = "1062270937,1062270939"; pn[1062270939] = "1062270938,1062270945"; pn[1062270945] = "1062270939,1062270951"; pn[1062270951] = "1062270945,1062270952"; pn[1062270952] = "1062270951,1062270953"; pn[1062270953] = "1062270952,1062270946"; pn[1062270946] = "1062270953,1062270947"; pn[1062270947] = "1062270946,1062270948"; pn[1062270948] = "1062270947,1062270996"; 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pn[1062271059] = "1062271058,1062271060"; pn[1062271060] = "1062271059,1062271061"; pn[1062271061] = "1062271060,1062271062"; pn[1062271062] = "1062271061,1062271067"; pn[1062271067] = "1062271062,1062271071"; pn[1062271071] = "1062271067,1062271072"; pn[1062271072] = "1062271071,1062271074"; pn[1062271074] = "1062271072,1062271073"; pn[1062271073] = "1062271074,1062271075"; pn[1062271075] = "1062271073,1062271076"; pn[1062271076] = "1062271075,1062271078"; pn[1062271078] = "1062271076,1062271079"; pn[1062271079] = "1062271078,1062271084"; pn[1062271084] = "1062271079,1062271087"; pn[1062271087] = "1062271084,1062271088"; pn[1062271088] = "1062271087,1062271090"; pn[1062271090] = "1062271088,1062271091"; pn[1062271091] = "1062271090,1062271092"; pn[1062271092] = "1062271091,1062271093"; pn[1062271093] = "1062271092,1062271094"; pn[1062271094] = "1062271093,1062271095"; pn[1062271095] = "1062271094,1062271096"; pn[1062271096] = "1062271095,1062271105"; pn[1062271105] = "1062271096,1062271106"; 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pn[1071216725] = "1071187330,1071217024"; pn[1071217024] = "1071216725,1071217764"; pn[1071217764] = "1071217024,1071442827"; pn[1071442827] = "1071217764,1072505001"; pn[1072505001] = "1071442827,1075572114"; pn[1075572114] = "1072505001,1077276514"; pn[1077276514] = "1075572114,1077582002"; pn[1077582002] = "1077276514,1062270503"; // cached usernames pu[0] = guestphrase; pu[5046] = "Doc"; pu[1367] = "herbeapuce"; pu[17622] = "Bowbuster"; pu[1829] = "Mahly"; pu[13206] = "Live4Rut"; pu[19277] = "Stanley"; pu[33813] = "kosy1993"; pu[69732] = "Gates"; pu[64162] = "elkkat"; pu[3421] = "michihunter"; pu[32700] = "teambringit1"; pu[83038] = "ducsauce"; pu[76140] = "Todd_ID"; pu[8311] = "MN Doe Hunter"; pu[66356] = "HoytFlinger"; pu[79324] = "greenhornet"; pu[14027] = "So.OH_bowhunter"; pu[71609] = "MikeStod"; pu[53680] = "bluegrasshunter"; pu[45306] = "jimposten"; pu[20682] = "RxBowhunter"; pu[83334] = "spnsmith"; pu[83311] = "luvemhot"; pu[8888] = "Bobmuley"; pu[15584] = "IGluIt4U"; pu[31690] = "jf69"; pu[75823] = "cajunhunter"; pu[38281] = "smbmd"; pu[7283] = "BIG ARCHERY NUT"; pu[81050] = "wfcjr"; pu[11905] = "got_elk?"; pu[79934] = "poppabear"; pu[80831] = "fireforthall"; pu[2333] = "Jerry/NJ"; pu[83752] = "Wingman03"; pu[35959] = "duker"; pu[66727] = "Rkhunter01"; pu[67354] = "Carnivore1"; pu[54787] = "Bow_Rep"; pu[71107] = "keystonekid"; pu[27409] = "John Doe"; pu[42637] = "Redmist"; pu[45455] = "MOvenatic"; pu[52666] = "daver9"; pu[46857] = "Wolfman88"; pu[59541] = "Skewerer"; pu[530] = "Brown Hornet"; pu[26226] = "ArrowBuck"; pu[7175] = "Bellows1"; pu[84233] = "Durzil"; pu[6186] = "jlmorasco"; pu[41657] = "booger"; pu[81205] = "bowfisherman23"; pu[52848] = "Proverbs 3:5-6"; pu[84575] = "jfrogg"; pu[66322] = "07 brute"; pu[21001] = "solohunter"; pu[76945] = "robbates"; pu[14650] = "Kimerazor"; pu[63066] = "archer1983"; pu[1363] = "alaskan100"; pu[65928] = "MN Marauder"; pu[6498] = "StrutStopper"; pu[19857] = "danceswitharrow"; pu[27726] = "Hagerty Hollow"; pu[58632] = "PSDeerHunter"; pu[339] = "Don Schultz"; pu[14847] = "bumper"; pu[83243] = "The Phantom"; pu[83818] = "Nighttrout"; pu[82860] = "LASTREBEL74"; pu[66494] = "fastcars"; pu[12452] = "RiverMan"; pu[28948] = "myrmidon"; pu[17870] = "Qiro"; pu[81361] = "jday112"; pu[87326] = "ARshooter07"; pu[79222] = "Gothmog"; pu[88314] = "Zhunter1"; pu[20217] = "ultramax"; pu[55208] = "sigfla"; pu[58243] = "jonrobinson"; pu[48205] = "t-man71"; pu[78096] = "OKhunter"; pu[89582] = "ARLong"; pu[34436] = "Duck65"; pu[87814] = "WadeB"; pu[90043] = "fancycat"; pu[72042] = "Michael396"; pu[55112] = "jdcamo"; pu[65815] = "kzz1king"; pu[49406] = "oktx"; pu[80698] = "Horrido"; pu[33382] = "jhart75609"; pu[6676] = "rutnstrut"; pu[98818] = "Bug eater"; pu[76180] = "Arrow_slinger43"; pu[101209] = "LowTrunkOzz"; pu[90406] = "C. Miller"; pu[70184] = "5MilesBack"; pu[36017] = "EZ4U"; pu[35968] = "a3dhunter"; pu[101524] = "ScottO"; pu[84712] = "jcsanders79-xt"; pu[83496] = "IL 88"; pu[96023] = "bigracklover"; pu[106449] = "longarmoflaw"; pu[47350] = "First Lite"; pu[107682] = "crawdad"; pu[66078] = "racknspur"; pu[7150] = "jersey bob"; pu[4542] = "tman704"; pu[51803] = "drummeister"; pu[107862] = "KCHuntPunk"; pu[59183] = "chevman"; pu[46966] = "robertb"; pu[23796] = "messickzr"; pu[48690] = "DaleE"; pu[94050] = "butter21"; pu[53503] = "finchaser4ever"; pu[53289] = "Ode1891"; pu[109365] = "Acts 10:13"; pu[45374] = "Zona"; pu[96587] = "rick crowe"; pu[88858] = "dt5150"; pu[60164] = "stalley"; pu[27530] = "Kavy"; pu[58706] = "linehand"; pu[44289] = "candless"; pu[110082] = "slsspark"; pu[56434] = "Wbuffetjr1"; pu[33049] = "buckangler"; pu[112053] = "lewistg"; pu[9739] = "full moon"; pu[102441] = "XtremeOutdoors"; pu[90345] = "cd6"; pu[24185] = "SEOBowhntr"; pu[30112] = "pa10point"; pu[79673] = "MichHunter"; pu[54453] = "str8sh2ter"; pu[79261] = "SoutherntierBowhuntr"; pu[102680] = "TBradley"; pu[114106] = "chrismtl"; pu[17409] = "D-TRAIN"; pu[111293] = "Dliberty13"; pu[117930] = "losjinx"; pu[118017] = "razorback111"; pu[112871] = "nocknroll"; pu[117702] = "Chenry"; pu[115222] = "cmillett79"; pu[120279] = "sprout519"; pu[116683] = "k9trainer"; pu[108963] = "Bowhunter 1188"; pu[121336] = "KTurmel"; pu[45105] = "Green River"; pu[121371] = "adamsmith007"; pu[55292] = "Campo"; pu[129402] = "SilverFlash"; pu[44982] = "BSeals71"; pu[14717] = "Semper Venatio"; pu[14054] = "legacy_hunter02"; pu[99511] = "talon1961"; pu[98872] = "Out West"; pu[117969] = "Gary K"; pu[100217] = "jjcard41"; pu[139262] = "gbear"; pu[143421] = "FULLATTACK"; pu[7903] = "scrapejuice"; pu[11570] = "Brad&SUE"; pu[96434] = "AmishArcher"; pu[14964] = "rodney482"; pu[105034] = "fantarain"; pu[144787] = "bowkills"; pu[145395] = "enc-bowhunter"; pu[140836] = "MTELKHUNTER"; pu[144865] = "rut-n-bull"; pu[146398] = "Wrench81"; pu[54709] = "DAVID S."; pu[25265] = "k-2"; pu[34188] = "NM_HighPlains"; pu[147987] = "Nova88"; pu[120039] = "HillBilly_J44"; pu[149744] = "trailinone"; pu[84800] = "bnbplay"; pu[149664] = "oldpout"; pu[149997] = "Muddbuddy"; pu[142679] = "lansmith79"; pu[151536] = "lardy125"; pu[55324] = "dso970"; pu[48118] = "fishcrazy"; pu[69900] = "wood181"; pu[80104] = "Gunner7800"; pu[150328] = "dmr"; pu[145507] = "sidekick101"; pu[145867] = "B.Hunt"; pu[101223] = "zeestyle"; pu[39209] = "ksarcher88"; pu[152965] = "sb13"; pu[140112] = "leverjk"; pu[141875] = "HCA Iron Mace"; pu[32139] = "Mr.Coon"; pu[11067] = "spotshooter300"; pu[154474] = "HuntTN"; pu[13635] = "tackscall"; pu[152034] = "USNAVY8251"; pu[24342] = "hotsyhog"; pu[154518] = "socalhntr"; pu[125539] = "coachjdub"; pu[71592] = "white.greg"; pu[82728] = "hdracer"; pu[155911] = "Axtell3"; pu[118377] = "31matthew"; pu[155888] = "Dscott14"; pu[155664] = "Wally6886"; pu[89674] = "jetich"; pu[32690] = "J.trevor123"; pu[157021] = "hoytarchery88"; pu[158678] = "idlewildranch"; pu[54429] = "Cannonball08"; pu[103885] = "armedic1"; pu[20024] = "outback2hunt"; pu[157035] = "meatmissile"; pu[98339] = "wyetterp"; pu[149837] = "Top Gauge"; pu[35075] = "SCFox"; pu[150422] = "ILBowhunter22"; pu[106575] = "trophyhill"; pu[140188] = "buckarcher"; pu[106750] = "123 4/8 P&Y"; pu[186727] = "PETA PENETRATOR"; pu[177256] = "pbuck"; pu[116451] = "IDArcher"; pu[187418] = "HammerBuilt"; pu[37516] = "bobbie"; pu[92593] = "mt hunter22"; pu[142043] = "kentwood1"; pu[144686] = "ohiobeagler"; pu[64437] = "cordini"; pu[153255] = "Cajun83"; pu[147835] = "Seanr900"; pu[184763] = "DangMang"; pu[72896] = "Extreme vft17"; pu[173143] = "dmknark"; pu[138555] = "bowhuntr311"; pu[190381] = "bob409"; pu[89341] = "M4Madness"; pu[133183] = "Whitey375"; pu[53493] = "thwackaddict"; pu[117757] = "non-pro-archer"; pu[96163] = "a1hoyt.ca"; pu[46289] = "Jay Sea"; pu[176720] = "UofACat"; pu[8957] = "talonwolf37"; pu[157651] = "SARASR"; pu[103309] = "Matt Musto"; pu[78427] = "mattweum"; pu[195207] = "sean48855"; pu[97754] = "Atheist"; 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pu[94534] = "Treelinehntr"; pu[76072] = "kwilson16"; pu[85289] = "Ouachitamtnman"; pu[198555] = "jogr"; pu[187863] = "carkev"; pu[221378] = "rmscustom"; pu[146353] = "Ned250"; pu[167400] = "mfh432"; pu[236952] = "MJP"; pu[173465] = "moonshiner"; pu[7509] = "skynight"; pu[179339] = "WCork"; pu[218697] = "Claydoh"; pu[11163] = "Tim/OH"; pu[218343] = "bpbiggamehunter"; pu[235338] = "kdukes4"; pu[194506] = "OneLunG"; pu[106769] = "DustyRx"; pu[76334] = "jager61"; pu[242003] = "snomopc"; pu[215143] = "WVHunter63"; pu[18864] = "Xmaster"; pu[167007] = "sweetnovember"; pu[238032] = "Whackednstacked"; pu[247144] = "bnicholopoulos"; pu[127667] = "ArkansasMystic"; pu[189773] = "Tommy83"; pu[51728] = "skinner2"; pu[244861] = "BearSuitGuy"; pu[90078] = "buffalo82"; pu[253979] = "lbecker26"; pu[272677] = "mtvdklr"; pu[251932] = "B52CrewChief"; pu[224895] = "STKA"; pu[280339] = "TheElement"; pu[229073] = "snowbomber"; pu[158726] = "mwmich"; pu[215820] = "bowtechfanatic1"; pu[121696] = "Deuce 30-30"; pu[282310] = "MIDEER"; pu[262829] = "tcarter86"; pu[191732] = "SierraMtns"; pu[230493] = "Chiro_Archer"; pu[315861] = "live2climb"; pu[319425] = "wpod"; pu[301403] = "General RE LEE"; pu[323558] = "jus jess"; pu[181316] = "kensum1"; pu[297599] = "wwflake"; pu[312849] = "gofor"; pu[257716] = "Slickhead Reapr"; pu[228464] = "threetoe"; pu[228832] = "TJS209"; pu[153236] = "mrbillbrown"; pu[313040] = "peteinvermont"; pu[302465] = "Ragugar"; pu[357006] = "jdbarton22"; pu[348716] = "ORAaronB"; pu[274199] = "DZelenka"; pu[329061] = "brad91x"; pu[363134] = "#40Fan"; pu[223001] = "bedontadam"; pu[331723] = "jamoose16"; pu[309870] = "sooner_hunter"; pu[98887] = "AK&HIboy"; pu[370381] = "DVCER"; pu[256854] = "realitycheck390"; pu[354161] = "tgutierrez91"; pu[88586] = "killemall1983"; pu[280744] = "JRHOADES20"; pu[143401] = "ScoutDW"; pu[325480] = "CaptainClutch"; pu[213248] = "Drcoffee"; pu[221485] = "yanny"; pu[377314] = "Shinny"; pu[73257] = "canon"; pu[140674] = "jdouthit"; pu[275055] = "mcgillhb"; pu[383960] = "BGagner"; pu[1994] = "BTM"; pu[238930] = "jewalker7842"; pu[284157] = "bluewatermafia"; pu[43702] = "wademiller"; // -->

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      Broadhead Tuning Day Today

      Decided to take advantage of the break in the rain and quit loading up animals 2-by-2 and building my big boat for them I used the time to broadhead tune for the 2007-2008 Hunting Season...before somebody starts seeing Rut activity next week
      I decided to post the sequence of events here to help out those that have never done this before or for those that tried and got frustrated. This is just how I did it.

      Set-up
      Martin Slayer Xtreme 28.5" DynaCam 65# SouthPaw Version (Left-Hand)
      Trophy Taker Original Drop-Away
      Winners Choice 452x string/cable
      6" Fuse Axium Stabilizer
      Sword 3rd Axis Micro-Apex 0.010" pins
      Carbon Express Maxima 350 with bull-dog collars and 2 inch Blazer vanes
      G5 Striker 100 grain broadheads



      Shot distance 25 yards
      Target Rinehart 18-1

      Shafts were cut on an Apple Arrow Saw and squared using a G5 ASD (Arrow squaring Device) carbon cutter side on both the cut end and nock ends. Inserts were installed and inserts were squared with aluminum side of cutter on G5 ASD. Shafts were fletched with 3 Original Blazer Vanes (2 inch) on a Bitz jig Right helical clamp.

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