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KenWood 02-21-2018 06:50 PM

Anybody ever had a false stiff reaction?
 
Got some wood arrows that are marked 50-55 spine. They have 100 grain points and shoot to the left. Ok fine. Put 145’s on and they shoot further to the left. Tuned em out to my selfbow. Took 200 grain fp. Got em flying right. Decided to try em in the blueridge. 54 pounds at my DL. The same bow the 100 grain points flew about a foot left at 15 yards. Well with the 200 grain points they fly about 2.5 feet to the left. Never seen that before. They would have to be super super weak to hit the riser in a ridiculous amount of flex to do that

Slick8 02-21-2018 06:53 PM

I was nervous about opening this thread. Thought for sure you saw a good looking long haired blond from behind only to discover it was a dude....

Not sure about your spine issue

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KenWood 02-21-2018 06:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Slick8 (Post 13203206)
I was nervous about opening this thread. Thought for sure you saw a good looking long haired blond from behind only to discover it was a dude....

Not sure about your spine issue

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That is funny! Thanks for givin me a laugh tonight. Needed that.

Colton 02-21-2018 07:34 PM

From the thread title I thought it might have something to do with Citoris

Dkincaid 02-21-2018 08:05 PM

Under spined bouncing off the strike plate bc they are flexing too much


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KenWood 02-21-2018 08:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Dkincaid (Post 13203437)
Under spined bouncing off the strike plate bc they are flexing too much


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Yep.

RickBarbee 02-21-2018 08:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Dkincaid (Post 13203437)
Under spined bouncing off the strike plate bc they are flexing too much

Yep, and more common as a problem than many realize.

Rick

Physhstyx 02-21-2018 09:06 PM

So your wood is flexing too much? That is a problem...

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sierracharlie338 02-21-2018 09:15 PM

Dear God. First the thread about Citoris and now a false stiff. . . Never mind. I think I need some sleep. . .


Sierracharlie out…

R.Armendariz 02-21-2018 10:18 PM

I think that happend to me in high school !

DRT 02-21-2018 11:12 PM

I'm pretty sure the guy who changed his screen name for a good reason knew what he was doing titling this thread. But it's still so dang funny.

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SwampRabbit 02-22-2018 09:55 AM

Not gonna lie... I have no idea where you are at with your tuning situation since you seemed to have rotated through 3 different bows without saying what the DWs were on either of them.

But yeah, I have gotten false reactions due to nock height or other clearance issues.

KenWood 02-22-2018 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by SwampRabbit (Post 13204623)
Not gonna lie... I have no idea where you are at with your tuning situation since you seemed to have rotated through 3 different bows without saying what the DWs were on either of them.

But yeah, I have gotten false reactions due to nock height or other clearance issues.

Wasn’t a help thread. Already figured it out. I was just amazed at just how much the false OVERSPINED reaction was on weak arrows. Just sharing my results.

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