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Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Tioga and Potter Counties
Re: Bow TUNING????
It has only been the last few years that I realized that walk back tuning, paper tuning, even bare shaft tuning are only parts of the puzzle. Lately I've been doing a lot with yoke tuning and it has taken my groups from tennis ball size at 50 yds to 2 robin hoods in 2 nights at the same distance. When you "super tune" with yoke tuning, as well as doing the walk back tuning and bare shaft tuning, broadheads are where you want them all of the time. The problem with yoke tuning is simple, you need either your own press, or a proshop that is interested in spending that much time with you. I can understand that dealers can't do that this time of year, but many are more than willing to help you tune like this during April, May, and June when sales and pressure are low.
The long and short of it, when you wait till August and September to get your bow ready and have to rely on other people to help, you get what you get.
Wishing I was at camp!