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Arrow Tunning ( Fletch -Spine - FOC )


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#1 Male OFFLINE   Just Hunt

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Posted 07/28/14 - 06:18 PM

Anyone here besides me who does a little tuning on their arrows, not just their bows?

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Posted 07/28/14 - 07:37 PM

I group tune my arrows mostly. Don't own a spine checker and glad I don't. I'm very picky as it is now.  I cut and fletch all my arrows and weigh and sort according to total competed mass weight including field tip and broadheads and I won't stand for  more than 2 grain difference in a group of completed arrows. However if you got the tool go for it. I know I would... lol

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Posted 07/28/14 - 08:10 PM

if you ever get a spine tester, It will help with your fletching job, you can put the cock vane on the heavy side of the spine. Your arrows will way more consistent and I mean inches... You'd be surprised. I also square my ends after cutting. I have yet to super tune my bow, I'm still picking through arrows I like. Shot Rampages and I'm on Challengers right now. I like the smaller light weight dia carbon arrows. My next set very soon will be the Micro dia X-IMPACT , They will be likely I will stick with them and then super tune my bow. I am going to sort the arrows out on those very critically to spine consistency..

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