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Old 07-25-2018, 07:15 AM   #36
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Should I start my own thread? I have questions about testing methodologies.

What is the basic procedure for determining how much point weight my shaft can handle?
With a bare shaft everything from the 75-300 grain point seems to be flying about the same.
(310 grain arrow with no point or fletchings for total weight between 385 and 610)
this is the best method I've found to check tip weight to shaft. but bow must be put back into factory settings.


by doing this method you will find the correct reaction. now this is with precut arrows. the best way to get an arrow with correct reaction is the cut and trim method.

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