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  1. kennys40acres

    kennys40acres Weekend Warrior

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    I just got this app & have never been part of a forum. I'm trying to find where you may have discussed my question as a topic. I've been shooting 30" piledrivers w/125 grain montecs for years & never had a problem until I got a new bow last fall. Now, the same arrow/broadheads shoot about 4" left at 20 yds...in a nice tight group. Same arrows with 125 grain field tips=perfect center. What do I need to change to get the montecs to shoot center on my new bow?
     
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    kennys40acres Weekend Warrior

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    There are a lot of videos there...I've got some fun work ahead of me. Thanks
     
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    Different bows like different things. Different Arrows, different weights/spine/broadheads, even fletchings. "If you change one thing, you change everything"-John Dudley
     
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    Marauder Die Hard Bowhunter

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    ^^^Love that quote by John Dudley!
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    Welcome to the Forum!
     
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    kennys40acres Weekend Warrior

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    Thanks! The advice has been perfect (Flatwoodshunter). I can't wait for the weather to calm down so I can get the broadheads tuned in.
     
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    Welcome! Like others have said, you just need to tune your bow.
     
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    kennys40acres Weekend Warrior

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    Thanks for all the advice, BUT after reading & adjusting/tuning I found that not all new fast can bows like stiff arrows! My bow loves a softer spine. The 350's I've shot for years were a bit too stiff & 400's closed the gap to zero between field tips & broadheads!
     

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