Broadhead Arrows Shelton CT

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(203) 876-0477
1201 Boston Post Rd
Milford, CT
 
Raptor Arms Company Inc
(203) 924-7618
273 Canal Street
Shelton, CT
 
The Hide Out
(203) 929-0744
49 Mohegan Road
Shelton, CT
 
Ghost Paintball
(203) 445-0329
148 Main Street
Monroe, CT
 
Monroe Rent-All
(203) 261-5522
104 Main Street
Monroe, CT
 
Rinks at Shelton
(203) 929-6500
784 River Road
Shelton, CT
 
Valley Firearms
(203) 924-5650
450 Howe Avenue
Shelton, CT
 
JCPenney
(203) 374-7612
5065 Main St
Trumbull, CT
 
Arms & Munitions LLC
(203) 261-1431
193 Main Street
Monroe, CT
 
Tutor Time Child Care Learning Centers
(203) 261-6330
477 Main Street
Monroe, CT
 

Tune Your Bow For Broadheads

The author prefers a drop-away rest because the arrow fletchings do not touch the rest as the arrow is moving. He also says that it is very important to make sure your broadheads are perfectly straight, with the blades aligned the same on every arrow.

One of the most common questions hunters ask me is, "How do I get broadheads to shoot straight?" Harvesting a mature whitetail is challenging enough without complicating the process with arrows that fail to hit where they are aimed. Nearly 50 years ago, I began bowhunting for whitetails. During the early years, I encountered frustration with broadheads that wouldn't fly perfectly. As time, equipment and my knowledge moved forward, so did my accuracy. I found that a well-tuned bow would shoot broadheads with the same success as target points.

Many hunters have discovered that a bow that executes target points accurately may not shoot broadheads with the same results. A hunting bow should be tuned to the arrows and broadheads that you are going to use in the field. Always tune the bow with target points of the same weight as the broadheads.

The arrow rest is a critical part of a successfully tuned bow. Most of the arrow rests on today's market will work for hunting. The one you select must allow good vane clearance, with a fairly low nocking point when the arrow is released. If the vane makes contact with the rest, it is impossible to get a good tune. The drop-away rest is my ...

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