arrow group testing with small vanes @ 60 yrds video

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  1. kgtech

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    both arrows are carbon express tank 23d the only thing different is the vanes
    arrow with fusion vane weight is = 412 gr
    arrow with bohning vane weight is =390 gr
    bow is set to a draw weight of 58.9 # with a 29.75 " dl


    Fusion vane are 3" low pro file
    bohning vane are 1.75" low pro file
     
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    That was quite a bit of height difference. Maybe shooting a bit more with the same set ups and see how consistent the shot patterns are.

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    there also a bit of gr different 22
     
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    Reverse order and show those results.
     
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    could you plz explain in more detail?
     
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    are you talking about shooting more group of arrows
     
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    Yes shoot more with the same arrows to see if the patterns are the same, unless you are confident in your groups then take the results for what they are.

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