I was shooting bare shaft next to my normal arrows and the bare shaft was not consistent at all... It was all over the place. What would cause this? My fletched arrows are very consistent and accurate.
Why would you wire brush your arrows?I have been working on my form and grip for the past few weeks and feel it is good, many AT members agree with that... The arrow flew terribly every time and was all over the place in the air, when it hit the target it would be like one of the door stops on a trim piece behind the doors that springs and then vibrates forever... Could it be the arrow? I cut the fetching a off an arrow and wire brushed tit to get it smooth but it isn't perfect
This makes sense, I guess I was just curious because the arrow will sometimes stick in the target at a 45* angleBare shafts can group in a different location from the fletched shafts and that would indicate a tuning issue but if your bare shafts aren't grouping together at all, it's going to be the archer.
Sounds like you need to work on from. With every 3-5 shot group of fletched shafts, fire 2 more bare shafts....keep doing this until bare shafts are slapping each other at 20 yards. Once you're consistently grouping bare shafts, then start looking at moving them to your fletched shafts
I'm surprised to hear you're not impressed with the focus grip.At the present Time I just have 1 bare shaft but will buy some and practice that, thanks for the help folks! I guess it could be my grip? I just switched to a focus grip and gotta say I am not impressed with it...
I don't don't necessarily find it bad, I just find the wood grip more comfortable, maybe it takes getting used to but I shot with it for a weekI'm surprised to hear you're not impressed with the focus grip.
A buddy of mine put it on his bow and it made a great difference with his scores.