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I recently switched rests to the wisker biscuit. I now have about 3 inches of arrow in front of the rest. Should I cut the arrows down a couple of inches. Will this be good for accuracy or bad. The reason I wanted to cut them is to lighten them up.

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You should have 1" past your rest. Cutting off the end will lighten it up a bit, but it will make your arrow spine stiffer without the extra 2". I dont think it will be noticable though. Cut 1 and shoot it with the long ones at different distances and see if it groups the same. Good Luck.:)
 

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How are your arrows grouping now? Are they grouping good?

Unless your looking to get more speed out of your setup, or they are not grouping, I'd leave it. Cutting 2" off will make it lighter but it might be to stiff for your setup. I'd check spine chart on your arrows before cutting them.
 
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