Tuning/Arrow Build Info
Procedures for bow tuning, arrow building/tuning, and more coming soon!
We are currently working on a detailed break down of the cause/effect from the various adjustments that can be made to a bow. We will also be creating a reference chart.
For the time being their is a ton of great information available in the new app "Bow Shop Bible". Make sure to check it out here - https://bowshopbible.com If I am trying to assist you with tuning over the phone this app will make a great reference tool.
*Tuned is tuned. Period.*
- Bow should be set to all factory specs: Axle to axle, brace height, timing, sync, cam lean, etc.
- Rest should be centered (majority of bows 13/16th of an inch
- Rest and Nocking point should be level with arrow running through the Berger hole
- Left/Right tears are primarily indicating a misalignment of the rest and the strings path during its power stroke. The goal is for the rest to stay within 1/16th of true center. To accomplish this mass adjustments should be made via yoke adjustments or shimming to adjust cam lean and thus correct the string position. In the majority of cases these mass adjustments will be done in the first 10-15 yards of bare shaft tuning. Beyond this point mass adjustment will likely be too large and at that point you will fine tune using the rest.
Arrow flight quality is a critical piece of your accuracy with broadheads (they should hit with your fieldpoints) and is major factor in your penetration. Do everything you possibly can to achieve perfect arrow flight!