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Old 04-24-2013, 08:45 PM
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Default Difference in arrow flight

Was over to the indoor range today and it seemed like my shots were all over the place. Not that I'm a good shot but I was really bewildered at what was going on.
Well I finally decided to take two arrows that had not hit where I wanted and took them out of play and things straightened up pretty well so I can only assume that I have two arrows out of six that shoot a little different.
Anyone else have anything like that go on?
I'm open to any input, thanks,
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:40 AM
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Have had that when I shot PSE Xweave arrows Have not had it with the Carbon express Mayhen hunters yet. You can get a bad arrow or two no matter how much you spend on them it happens & does not take much of a defect to send it wild
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I always shoot my bolts to see which are the best and weed out any bad ones.
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I always shoot my bolts to see which are the best and weed out any bad ones.
same here. I will pick one as my main shooter. also could be fletching problems
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:44 PM
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Well i figured out what I was doing wrong as far as my arrows were concerned.
I fixed something that didn't need fixing. After shooting very well I got different arrows but they were cheaper arrows and as I should know better.
So I went back to MY FMJ's
I'm looking for more of the FMJ's 20", half moon knocks with lime green and white fletching . if anyone runs across these please let me know.
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:10 AM
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Daddus Check Ebay just saw a bunch on there not sure if they are the exact ones you are looking for or not but they are on there
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