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    Just courious as to how vane/pickey you all are when it comes to tunning.When hunting season comes and i make the switch to my BH's....everything is perfect except that they hit about 1 to 1.5 inches to the left of fp and even though i don't feel the need to try and bump the launcher arm over for that small amount...i do.Do you make the adjustment for that small amount or do you feel that it close enough concidering the kill zone size of deer.....i know it would be better to get it perfect in case a turkey walked in....but you could alway aim to the right a tad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IChim2 View Post
    Just courious as to how vane/pickey you all are when it comes to tunning.When hunting season comes and i make the switch to my BH's....everything is perfect except that they hit about 1 to 1.5 inches to the left of fp and even though i don't feel the need to try and bump the launcher arm over for that small amount...i do.Do you make the adjustment for that small amount or do you feel that it close enough concidering the kill zone size of deer.....i know it would be better to get it perfect in case a turkey walked in....but you could alway aim to the right a tad.
    being the fiddler that I am I would be moving something. I can't stand it when something isn't right on. That's as far as equipment goes I am working on my part....
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    I would move it!
    But i dont,i shoot mechinicals on my huntin bow and i only hunt with it.
    but i use to go thru this same thing every year,using fixed blades.
    the muzzys and thunderheads were pretty close though.
    great topic
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbohunt View Post
    I would move it!
    But i dont,i shoot mechinicals on my huntin bow and i only hunt with it.
    but i use to go thru this same thing every year,using fixed blades.
    the muzzys and thunderheads were pretty close though.
    great topic
    I use muzzy 100gr 3 blades.....but i also use G5 strikers and the strikers hit a little closer than the muzzy's do,but they look a little funny sitting on the end of a 2512 shaft since their smaller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IChim2 View Post
    I use muzzy 100gr 3 blades.....but i also use G5 strikers and the strikers hit a little closer than the muzzy's do,but they look a little funny sitting on the end of a 2512 shaft since their smaller.
    Dont worry about what it looks like if it shoots fine go with it.
    Look at the Moneymaker,it looks funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbohunt View Post
    Dont worry about what it looks like if it shoots fine go with it.
    Look at the Moneymaker,it looks funny
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