Re: Arrows... What are you shooting?
Most of the manufactured arrow shafts, except wood and old fiber glass have
.01 to .02 tolerance in straightness. As long as these arrows are shot into
a decent target, they will maintain their straightness. But ground, tree limbs,
metal of most types, rocks and other hard objects that find their way in
front of an arrow tend to disrupt the straightness significantly.
Yes, you need a straight Arrow, You also need an arrow with the correct spine.
A arrow the correct draw length to fit you and your bow. Would help if the
bow draw weight and draw lenght fit as well. Then comes the 3 Ps.
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.
What do I shoot? I shoot a Stalker Extreme 26 1/2" , 55/70 , standard 3 fletch, with a fixed 3 blade 75 grains broadhead, out of a 60# double cam bow
made in 2000. 65% letoff.