So, it may have been said before that long arrows fly better! But why?
The answer to this I do not know, so that is why I am posting this for people to submit their experience/knowledge, so that we all may learn.
All things being equal, (FOC, Dynamic spine, fletching, nock type, an all other variables being the same) an arrow that is lets say 26 vs 29" should shoot the same...??? I know of no law of physics that stated that there needs be a specified distance between the point of the arrow and the fletching. I can only figure that for a person faced with a choice of the same arrow, cut short or long (let assume that the spine of the arrow is appropraite in both cases), will only benifit from the longer arrow because FOC in most cases will be better. But, thats just a 2 second analysis
Anyone out there that has specifically tried to answer this question for themselves by testing or math magic, please respond, wanting minds must know