I use a right offset with a slight helical because that is the gig I have. On the 2 inch blazers on a medium arrow shaft you will not have much unless you really bend it around. Oh I have shot a few arrows through a half inch plywood and it did not damage the blazers enough to refletch them.bowhunter_2007 said:right or left offset
Rembrandt, no rest will fix form problems. I understand what you are thinking and it makes sense to think that way but in my experience that isn't the case. Those fibers will blow right out of the way and are just as forgiving as anything.rembrandt said:I don't think it matters, the new Deluxe model handles all vanes and feathers with ease. I hear there is little if any wear on them with the new WB. What bothers me with the WB is follow thru. With a fall away you can get away with bow hand movement to a certain extent but the WB holds on to the arrow longer and if you move that bow hand to see how pretty the shot is you have messed up. I know, I'm good at it. :tongue:
I'm gonna give it some time but I sure am partial to the fall-a-ways. I think the TR Drop Zone spoiled me. It was the first fall-a-way I expieranced when returning to archery.Meleagris1 said:Rembrandt, no rest will fix form problems. I understand what you are thinking and it makes sense to think that way but in my experience that isn't the case. Those fibers will blow right out of the way and are just as forgiving as anything.
I know you haven't been shooting the WB for more than a few days, so after you've given it a full test drive let me know if you notice any difference. I bet that you will find the WB as forgiving as any rest out there despite what some will tell you.
I believe you always want to go right so that the arrow will spin such that is it tightening the arrow to the broadhead. Left would loosen the arrow from the broadhead when it sticks into something solid.bowhunter_2007 said:right or left offset