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    get'n rid of target panic STRO's Avatar
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    If you are consistantly getting a left tear when paper tuning it could be your arrows are not the correct spine, or a problem I use to have was that I was torquing the bow with my bow hand. Switched the way I gripped the bow, and got rid of my mathews with the fat grip and it solved the left tear. This will effect arrow flight.
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    What size arrows do you think I should try? Sunday I will make sure I am not torqueing the bow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    I'll pass along a bit of info
    The broadheads have a FOC ,front of center, that are different from the field points
    ie: the heads are longer than the points creating a heaver wieght up front.
    Bingo.You are a smart man.

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