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fly_true 12-28-2008 06:38 AM

need help tune my bow
 
i need some help tune my bow.
the bow is pse impala 45# at 28"

the arrow i'm shooting are easton epics 500 with 125gr tip these arrows seem to fish tale out of my bow.

i don't know how tune a trad bow setup as i'm new at this.

BowHuntingFool 12-28-2008 10:21 AM

RE: need help tune my bow
 
Do your arrows have feathers or vanes??? You cannot shoot vanes with trad gear, you need feathers!

bigcountry 12-28-2008 10:31 AM

RE: need help tune my bow
 
Well, first are you new to finger shooting? If so, work on that for a few months. You can get false indicators if your release is sloppy, and getting a weak arrow can compensate for that, and the better you get over time, you will have to change up again. You will be wasting your time when learning how to finger shoot.

If you are a pretty good finger shooter, then I suggest ordering you an array of tips from 75gr to 250gr. You can get these from 3 rivers archery.Eash time you change out a tip, make sure nocking position is correct. You can do this thru paper by paper tune, or bareshaft tuning. Next, change up tips until you dont' see the fishtale.

I pretty well just bareshaft tune these days. You can follow Eastons tuning guide for bareshaft or follow OL Adcock tuning section. I myself do not like carbons for tuning. With aluminums, I can cut down the arrows little at a time to tune. Its nice to have an array of aluminums just for tuning. I keep 2 or 3 of about every size from 1816's to 2315's for this purpose.

http://www.bowmaker.net/index2.htm

fly_true 12-28-2008 05:03 PM

RE: need help tune my bow
 
i shoot 4 inch feathers my arrows done up they are around that 380 grs

BobCo19-65 12-30-2008 08:25 AM

RE: need help tune my bow
 
Yea, I agree with Big. As long as the arrows are not kicking and impacting sideways, then I'd keep shooting the arrows that you have for a while with one modification. Add weight tubes. Get your arrow up around 500 grains.


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