Why would you shoot a broadhead at an arrow that is already in the target?
Vanes cost $$$
Its cool how you got the telephone poll to line up with your arrows:wink:
Does your broadheads hit the same place as your field points?
I shot the field tip into the arrow with the broadhead. I had 4 arrows in my hip quiver, 1 stinger and 3 field points. My bow was tuned pretty good but wanted to get my broadheads shooting lights out. I shot the stinger first then the 3 field points. My broadhead was hitting 2 inches right so I adjusted my rest out but groups did not tighten. Finally lowered my rest 1/32 and hocus pocus, robinhood. I unscrewed my broadhead from my robinhood and shoot 3 more groups perfect at 20 yds. And Bart, those are barred feathers not vanes.
I know more than a few guys that are having the same problems.
I've never been so impressed with a bow myself....i've already ruined three arrows in the same fashion with mine...extremely accurate and forgiving with such a short ATA bow
It sure is a good bow. I tell you I really like this WB I have on it. I would say I have fired at least 1500 arrows through it and know wear at all on my feathers. I have always shot fingers until I got this bow. I would notice alot more wear on my feathers shooting a centerest flipper. It was cheaper though ripping up feathers versus robinhooding arrows.
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