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Trajectory assistance please

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Trying to decide on a new sight (single vs multiple pin), and trajectory numbers would help.

29" arrow, 445 total weight, 295 fps (estimated).

If sighted at 30 yards, what would be the trajectory peak midrange? How much low would it be at 35? 40?

Thanks!


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2213 arrows, not the trajectory I was hoping for

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Hello all,

I’m new to this forum as well as archery in general. I’ve done much reading in terms of background information, and I finally got myself a set of equipment to start shooting with. Refer to my sig for my current set up.

To keep it to the point, my arrow flight is not what I was hoping for. I understand that 2213 arrows are heavier than recommended for a 35lb draw weight. I’m going off of the 3Rivers Archery arrow chart btw. When shooting with my community college class, a few of the more experienced guys mentioned a visually significant amount of arrow drop during flight, as well as a generally slow trajectory. I personally also notice some horizontal fishtailing (is that the right term?) of the arrow (fletchings appear to drift towards the left as the arrow leaves the arrow rest). As far as the fishtailing is concerned, I’m pretty confident that has to do with my arrow rest not being set up properly. More importantly, I’m having a lot of troubles with my shots when utilizing my sight.

The arrows aren’t grouping as well as I’d like (cannot group a pie plate at 20 yards). I have my sight set as far to the bottom of the rail as possible, and I’m using the absolute lowest pin on the sight. In other words, my sight won’t work for any distances beyond 20 yards. Here are my questions that I’ve been wondering about.

1) Am I not using the sight correctly? I’d like to think my common sense is at least decent:confused:

2) Are my arrows simply too heavy for my bow? The elevation drop at 20 yards is possibly hurting my accuracy?

3) Should I get lighter arrows than what I have? What would you recommend

4) Would you recommend the Easton Genesis 1820 NASP arrows? 30" with glue in points

5) What is the absolute largest size of aluminum arrows you’d recommend? I’m guessing 2018 with 125gr points?

Keep in mind, I am going for target shooting. My state is not kind to hunters, so I’m unlikely to do any bow hunting, although I know my equipment veers on the side of hunting.

Edit: Noticed my sig isn’t showing right now. My equipment are as follows:

Bow: 2013 Martin Saber Recurve
Arrows: 2213 Easton xx75 Superlite 31" with feathers and 100 gr field points
Sight: PSE Orion 5 pin


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Normal vs Skinny Arrow Trajectory

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Wondering if someone can shed some insight on trajectory. Whether you have done some testing, real life experience, or just know?

Lets say we have arrows basically the same, length, weight, veins, etc… except their diameter is different.
What would be the difference in trajectory between a Standard diameter arrow and a Skinny one, Axis or VAP?
Thanks,


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