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ATLATL



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Join date : 2010-06-26

PostSubject: arrow problems (please help)   Wed 11 Aug 2010, 2:35 pm

Hello.

I have purchased the accurancy factory dvd and really like the style of shooting and I totally
do understand it. My 2 problems I need help with are these: Going from split fingers to three under,
I find that I get a bit more noise from the bow. Is this normal? And, I have to shoot my arrows with
odd feather in . Arrows shoot good with odd feather in but terrible with odd feather out. So as of
now I can't put my nose on the feather for an anchor point , like I would like to. I have another
double ancher position but really don't like it. Is there a common reason that arrows won't shoot
good with odd feather out? Thanks.
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kdt
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PostSubject: second that feather-interference question   Sun 05 Sep 2010, 2:35 pm

like ATLATL, I've found consistency much improved by shooting with the cock feather in; although I really found using the cock feather as an anchor point very handy. I had to refletch my arrows with a few degrees clockwise rotation (seen from the nock) to touch my nose, but that left me with interference from the lower hen feather.

FYI this was on an old Wing Chaparral flat-shelf recurve, with cedar/spruce arrows dynamically spined to match my measured 48# draw at just over 28". I have tried building up a curve on the shelf, and later added a T300 arrow rest. The improvement I get with the cock feather in makes me suspect interference is still an issue and would love your recommendations.

kentowl (kdt while we try to get BBS registration problem resolved)
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jerbearyukon



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Join date : 2011-02-09

PostSubject: Re: arrow problems (please help)   Fri 11 Feb 2011, 7:13 pm

I had the same problem on my ACS longbow cause my arrows were just a tad stiff - so I put a piece of leather ( a bump really) on the shelf which lifted the arrow up a bit (didn't want a rest)...works great.

jer
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