I have been shooting my Reflex Caribou the pas couple of days and boy, does it shoot well. I have been shooting it @ 29" @ 67#, the tiller set exactly @ 8 7/8". The bow draws smooth shoots very well. My arrows when shot through paper suggest they are a bit too stiff. They are 30" XX78 2219's with 3-5" feathers, 145 grain points.
Now, when I shoot them bare they cannot help but almost end completely sideways, nock left, suggesting they are underspined? This is without anything to compensate for the lack of feathers, which I was under the impression should be VERY close a an arrow w/ feathers.
Now, I am running out of draw wieght and I prefr not to crank her up anymore, however my question is, are my arrows too stiff or too soft? I'm assuming the later, but, why would they be so off when shot bare? The only option I have to soften the spine of the arrow, would be to make them a little loner, maybe an inch or a half? I tired adjusting the tension on my NAP Plungerest, but, it didn't seem to make any difference or atleast not @ the short distance in the basement. Centershot was set using the "french tuning method".
I'm looking for suggestions and as always, it's greatly appreciated.