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    Default Tuning Question

    Hello i'm new to 3Dshoots, and wonder if any one can help me with this
    Im trying to get my new bow set up and the arrows seem to fly out with a spiraling wobbell kinda tough to explain, so hope that description is good. but I thought it might be the arrows at first so shot them from my other bow and they fly fine, so i figure its gotta be a tuning issue with my new bow. Im shooting a hoyt rampage 70# with a Rip cord rest 28" DL. Any ideas?

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    What arrows spine length is your other bow same specs? I would start with paper tuning


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    both bows are 70# im shooting 340's with 125 field point. the bows have a different ATA my older bow is 32 and my new bow is 34

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    Check center shot and knock point center shot string and center of rest should run down center of the grip and knock height start at 90 degrees and go from there paper tune


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    I would go with what kw1 advises,

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    Default Check your center shot

    I start out by running some arrows through paper. Once I get a good hole, I shoot my broadheads to see if they fly with my practise tips. If your broadheads are flying straight, you got a well tuned bow.

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    The Gators got my vote!!!!Tune it with a Broadhead

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