Just wondering if over spined arrows will affect the flight of field points. i shoot a 08 drenalin ld with easton axis 340s at 70 lbs. i was thinking about backing my limbs off two or three turns and was hoping that the arrows would fly fine.
after hunting season i just dont seem to have as much time to shoot alot with a new baby in the house. so i am just trying to make shooting a little more confortable for when i do get out and shoot. so i was wanting to go down to 65 lbs or so. dont really have the funds to buy a different set of arrows right now.
THERES AN OLD SAYIN BACK IN TENNASEE,FOOL ME ONCE SHAME ON ME; HEY DID YOU SAY YA HAD A NEW BABY IN THE HOUSE, MAN THATS AUSOME I'D LIKE TO MEET HER SOME TIME, U SHOULD COME OVER AND SHOOT YOUR OVERSPINED ARROWS SOMETIME :darkbeer::darkbeer::darkbeer::darkbeer:
Try it and see. Overspined arrows are a little less forgiving. If you want to soften them for shooting at a lower poundage go to a heavier point and see what happens.
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