Itís not wierd if they fly straight! I used to shoot a MOAB cut shy of center, 55. @28 and I draw 28.5 in. With 315 grain heads on 340 shafts I was still slightly weak when I cut down the shaft as far as I was comfortable. It wasnít a false weak as when I dropped tip weight the arrows showed stiff.
There are so many variables, release, grip, strings and silencers, center cut and strike place thickness, nock fit etc etc, that affects arrow spine and flight.
So if your bare shafts fly straight, you are showing bullet holes through paper, and your Broadhead hits with your fieldpoints....... that is tuned!
Well I put my broadheads on tonight. All shafts are grouping out to 20 yards, fletched, broadheads, and bare. Had to put it up before I got out to 30. Thanks I will shoot these for a while until I get tight groupings to 25 and 30 and then reevaluate like you guys said. I just moved my backstop to give me the 20-35 yard distances, before tuning. Thank you for your comments and help.
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