I keep getting a tail right tear no matter how far I move the rest or raise or lower the nock point. I am thinking I may be underspined or need to go to a 125 gr. broadhead. Used foot powder to make sure I have no fletching contact.
I put new cams, string, and cables on mine. After about 100 shots I paper tuned. I had an 1 1/2" tail right tear. I moved my rest as far left as I could and got bullet holes. I then walked back tuned from 10 to 40 yards, it was good. Then I broadhead tuned, at 20 yards I was 6" left and 4" low with my broadheads compared to field points. I had to move my rest 9 clicks right, and 6 clicks up to hit the same spot, it was close at 30 yards. At 40 yards broadheads were hitting 2" left of field points, moved rest 1 click right. now they hit the same spot out to 60 yards. I went back and paper tuned, I have a little tail right tear. Paper tuning gets you a close starting point.
I think I will try and cut my arrows down to 27" and give them a shot.
Can't really get into shooting as the misquitos are thicker than molassas at the moment.
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