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Thread: rest is off??

  1. #1

    Default rest is off??

    hi i was shooting my bow yesterday and notieced that when i shoot the arrow it sorta fishtails a little through the air and will not shoot a very accurate the reason my arrow rest is off to one side too much or ..idk ..the bow is set at 65 pounds it has a single cam and the arrows are 2315 @29"

    can some one help


  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2004


    Your 2315's with a 100 gr. point should be fine, based on Easton's arrow selector and the info you posted. Are you using field points, or broadheads? What weight?

    You may have some arrow rest issues. You also may have some string knock issues. You may have issues with the way you are shooting.

    What rest are you using? How are your arrows fletched(feathers or vanes)? This list of questions could go on and on.

    Bow tuning is simple. But, you need to have certain items in place, and some basic knowledge in order to tune your bow. Do you have an archery shop close by?
    Take a kid with you. Show them the Great Outdoors. Pass it on.

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    Jul 2004
    Middletown, Pa


    Log onto

    Hit the download button and print out their tuning guide. It's a wealth of info about how to get arrow to fly well.

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