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I shoot a Parker ez draw at 70# and 30" with a Carbon Express CX400 with a total weight of 415 grains. My arrows seem to be impacting straight, but if I watch the arrow in flight it is fishtailing (side to side). I have not walkback tuned or group tuned because I dont know how. Any ideas.
 

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Do you have a "cock" vane on your arrows? I have seen a lot of people that swear their arrow is fishtailing, just to wonder what happened when we re-fletched with three vanes of the same color. Remember the arrow is spining, and the cock vane moving around in a circle will make it seem as though it is fishtailing. Most of the time if someone else stands behind you they will see nothing if the issue is the "cock vane" color. :thumbs_up
 

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Try a Lumenock. It really lets you know if it is flying straight or fishtailing. MHO.
 
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