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Haven't shot my bow in a little bit and when I did seemed like my tune was a little off. Did a little work on cam sync and reset my nocking point to level with the berger hole. Shot through paper with a fletched and bare shaft. I got the tear level with both shafts but still had a little tail right tear. So off I went to the range and shot from 20, 40 and 60. Fletched arrows hit nice and vertical to a plumb bob I hung on the target. Then I shot a fletched shaft and a bare shaft a few times and had good results. Went out to 40 yards with fletched and bare shafts and consistently got this result, that center is a 2" dot. Sure they are not stacked right on top of each other but that's just my shooting.

Who would be satisfied with this result?
 

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it's too easy for torque/form to effect bare shafts at 40 yards to worry about that little difference apart. 20 yards yes, 30 maybe, 40 you're done tuning that way imo.
 

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Thanks for the input. Just goes to show you don't "have" to have a perfect bullet hole in paper to get good results down range. After my retune I was definitely getting better 6 arrow groups at 60 and 70 yards.
 

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I'd be happy.
 

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You could put a broadhead on if you want, however I'm sure it would be money as well. Any further out with a bare shaft and you'll be chasing your tail and screw up the great tune you have already achieved.
 
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