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  1. General Archery Discussion
    Hey guys, I've been trying to paper tune my arrows and I can't seem to get rid of a .5" left tear. I'm a 30" draw, pulling 70lbs, 30" arrow, carbon express red 350 spine, 125grain up front with a total weight of 474 grains. Is it possible that I need to switch to a 300 spine, or should I cut...
  2. Broadhead Discussion
    Alright here we go, last time I’m doing this before I give up and buy a crossbow. Here’s what I shoot. PSE Drive-x, draw length is 27-28(i can’t really remember). Arrows are 28-29inches(inbetween the two) Draw weight 57lbs. Arrows is a Easton 6.5 hunter classic 400 spine. Broadhead is a fixed...
  3. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Before we get started, this not a complete tuning breakdown. Others will surely have different methods than I use. This is just what I do to get my bows tuned for broadheads. I had a plan this year to take the winner of the ArcheryTalk 2020 Hunting Bow Shootout into the woods with me this year...
  4. General Archery Discussion
    Alright, so I spent last night until 1130 and another hour this morning getting my bow dialed in. I mainly was testing things last night but then I got everything set and got bareshaft hitting within an inch at 20 yards (I know not perfect but after 200+ arrows not sure if I could shoot better...
  5. Bow Tuning
    Have been trying to get my Bowtech Experience broadhead tuned. I don't have a press and from what I read yoke tuning in the way to go. I'm getting decent holes through paper, but can't get my broadheads to come down, see photo, (FP in center BH high and slightly right). Even had a shop look...
  6. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Watch this video and see how easy it is. Thanks Kenny!!!! You da' man :darkbeer::slice:
  7. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Finished my walk-back tune the other day and was getting ready to start broadhead tuning. I decided to contact midatlantic archery over the weekend and find out if they had a recommended way to fletch when using their crimson talon broadheads. They recommend using a straight or 2 degree right...
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