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Recurve and Bare shaft tuning Question #archery

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Last night, I was trying to help a friend bare shaft his bow and ran into an odd scenario that I can not explain. He is shooting off the shelf with a Big Jim Desert Bighorn 56" 58 lbs at 28" draw. His arrow is a carbon express 350 11.45 gpi cut at 30" long. He has 300 grains up front. We are seeing a constant nock right flight. We did confirm with a scale that his bow is pulling 58 lbs at 28". Here is the question. He is under the impression that a nock right flight is always an over spined arrow for a right hand shooter. Is that correct? I can not believe that arrow is over spined with that amount of weight up front. I watched him shoot and I do not see him torquing his bow at all. The other hypothesis we came up with was the arrow is under spined and could be slapping the riser causing the same end result. We could not see the arrow slap the riser or hear and slap at the shot. We can not find any marks on the arrow or the riser to support the idea either. What else could be causing the issue if the arrow is not over spined?

Thanks
Russ


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Bow and spine according chart, bare flyes 30 inches left #archery

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Hello dear community, try to tune my recurve measured on clicker 40lbs and arrows Easton x10 /500 spine, length 30,5 inches, bare shaft flyes on 30m about 30 inches left from fletched group. According Easton shaft selector this arrows cannot be too stiff. Where can be a problem?


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Bare shaft hitting left of fletched arrow, what do I do to correct #archery

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Shot 6 two arrow groups, 1 bare and 1 fletched this is what it looks like, results were the same each time. Bare is to the left of fletched with tail to the right. What do I do to correct this
I’m shooting a Pse B.M. 32 @ 50lbs with 26" draw, rest is a W.B.
Any suggestions?
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Bare shaft Indexing

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Anyone mark their bare shafts to see which way they rotate without fletching?


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Bare shaft tuning distance?

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For those of you who do paper tune W/ Bareshafts & also shoot BS with fletched what is your max range you shoot your bareshafts? I got my bow to spec, & got timing where I wanted.

Went out and shot through paper and had a 1/2 inch left tear. Added a twist to left and twist out of right and got a bullet hole with BS at 3 Yards Backed up to about 10 yards and got a bullet hole. Went back to about 14 yards which is my Max space and got a bullet hole. Haven’t shot with fletched yet because my vanes are still drying, but I will later today.

I feel like if I got further out than 15 yards I’d begin to have inconsistency in shots and it could affect my Tuning. Is 14 yards a good starting place? Then BH tune, and walkback tune?
Thanks, new to tuning my own bows.

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first bare bow 300 shoot

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i got a new carsage recurve on Christmas, so i decided to shoot a 300 round today to get a baseline of my instinctive shooting skill level with this bow. i shot a 221/300 with 9 X’s. i was wondering if that’s a good score or if its bad. what would be the average 300 bare bow score?i did notice that my groups and accuracy are worse than if im shooting stumps or if im shooting 3d targets


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Bare shaft tune with different arrows

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Can I use a different arrow to tune or do I have to use the ones that I plan on shooting all the time?


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Bare shaft tuning (perfection desired) questions

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Hey guys so I just bare shaft tuned my GoldTip Trad 33/55 arrows. First off I started with a 30" shaft and 2 fletched arrows. I also just started shooting 3 under which I love, but getting the nock point correct is def a challenge….had to move it up quite a bit. I found a cool trick for the tuning process many of u may already use. Instead of gluing, shooting, heating, and removing the insert each time the shafts need to be cut, (1) I just used a small piece of plastic/seran wrap when setting the nock so it stays in when shot, yet can be pulled out by hand when shafts need to be cut shorter. (2) is using a target shallow enough the arrow can be pushed or pulled through the target to avoid losing a point/insert if it gets a bit loose.

*After trimming, shooting, moving the nock, adding weight to the inserts and playing with point weight and repeating many times, I got the bare shafts and the fletched arrows hitting super close like 1-2" at 10 yds. My question is should they both impact the target at the same angle as well as same spot? My bare shafts seemed to keep hitting angling "nock up 3-6" even after moving the nock up as I have read to do? Please advise

I am shooting a 50# Great Plains recurve and was shooting 30 1/2" arrows with inserts and 175 gr points. Shot them good but point was sticking out like 5" past the shelf so wanted to shorten the shafts and shoot heavier broadheads.

My final set up ended up being the same 35/55 @ 28 1/4" with 200 grain points and 50 gr weights added to the insert for a total weight 548 grains and FOC of 19.8 %.

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