Originally Posted by Double Lung 20
Was shooting the Muzzy 3 blade broadheads out of our TenPoint Stealth with the aluminum arrows provided in the package. They shoot about 5 inches low compared to the field points.
5 inches low at what range?
Personally, I prefer close to the same point of impact for practice reasons. With crossbows, not much can be done in the way of "tuning" the bow. Sometimes the cams can become out of sync but that is usually a left right issue.
You are left with the arrow/point to play with. I never did use the aluminums that came with my Stealth. Went right to a carbon, brass insert for a high front of center. 18% is about right for crossbows, IMO.
Broadheads that have flown universally well for me with high FOC arrows are G5 Strikers, Slick Tricks, Razor Tricks and Sonics. Arrows that work for me are Gold Tip Laser II, Victory and Easton Full Metal Jackets.
Just some groundwork for you to begin playing to get same point of impact.
The other option is if you are greating great groups out to 40-50 yards with your set-up with broadheads is to sight it in with them and go hunting. Maybe buy some heavier weighted field points to bring the POI of the field points close to that of the broadheads.