Tufelhundin said:I used to have the same problem with the 3 blade muzzy and 4" vane....I kept it simple and moved the sight....I think the field tips are off...I dont shoot 3D, I only hunt so I dont shoot field tips any more any way.
I have to disagree....Why find perfect centershot on your bow and then move it to sight in Broadheads....seems backwards to me. Perfect Centershot means that your setup, rest, etc, is in proper alignment to deliver your arrows "straight" out of the bow. Once centershot is achieved, and your arrows are flying like darts...leave your rest alone and adjust your site for bulls eye with broadheads. It is nice to have broadheads and field tips hit the same spot, but it isn't always the case. There are so many variables with each setup. Different spine, BH styles ...they all affect flight. If you have good centershot...it means your arrows will fly straight OUT of the bow(field tips OR BH).......after that what matters is your arrow and BH combo and foc, and vanes and spine...byrnzie said:First I you must check center shot. After that is correct you might have to tweek the center shot a little to get the broadheads to fly with your field tip point. And always, I mean always have a drastic helical on your arrows. This makes the most difference