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Old 08-22-2004, 12:07 PM
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I would like to get my broadheads, 100 grain thunderheads, to fly like my feild points. To be accurate with my broadheads i had to move my sight almost 1/4 of an inch up. I shoot a 60# pse spyder with 2018 easton 29" arrows. Am i underspined? What are some recomendations for new arrows? Will this help my accuracy? Are there any other ways to get my broadheads and feild points to hit accuratly? Thank you.
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Old 08-23-2004, 09:59 AM
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Smithhunt you should fill lucky most of the people i talk to and myself included when shooting fixed blade broadheads they always seem to drop a little. There are ways to do it but it does take some time like moving your nocking point up or down. But it always seemed just as easy to move the sight to match the broadhead. Some one on here posted a webb sight not to long ago that could tell you how to do it i just don`t` remember where i saw it![&:] sorry. I would be happy if all i had to worry about was 1/4 of an inch
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