If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Right?


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  1. #1

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Right?

    I have a Ripcord drop away rest. I have always shot with the cock vane out. I shoot very well, and shoot great groups this way. Today I had new arrows made at the local archery shop and the guys there were very adamant that I shoot cock vane up. If I shoot cock vane up it appears that my fletchings will/could make contact with the cable/cable slide. Is there something to do to fix this, or should I stick with shooting cock vane out? Thanks everyone for your help.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Angleton, TX
    I shoot cock vane out and don't care to change.

    It's all about what works for you. best of luck.

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  5. #3
    Do what works, a lot of shop guys don't like to see things done differently then they do it. I index my arrows a little for clearance (cock vane about 10 O'clock position)

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