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Old 09-27-2004, 03:38 AM
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I'm shooting just over 60 lbs w/ 28" 2315 arrows w/ muzzy 125 gr broadheads. I'm getting a small but visible right hand tail on my arrows when shot. I've tried moving the whisker biscuit in both directions and continue to get this right hand tail no matter what I do. Are my arrows underspined/overspined or am I missing something. By the way I shoot fingers, so maybe this is what is causing my tail(string torque caused by fingers) Bow is shooting consistent however from 20 out to 40 yds. Thanks ahead of time for your insights.
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Old 09-27-2004, 06:12 AM
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Click on the link and plug in your numbers It will give you a list of arrows/shafts based your set-up. It also could be that your a fingers shooter. Be sure to rake your hand straight back along your face when you shoot. You could be plucking the string a little.


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