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I have a 6PT GT Flex with a 10 PT 3-line scope, shooting Gold Tip Laser II arrows, with Slick Trick 125 4-blades. My field points are a little low at 30 yds but the blades are a good 6 inches below the center circle (3 inch orange). Is it normal for blades to shoot that far off field point accuracy? And how many clicks to bring it up?
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Windage is good? If so, are your field points and broadheads the same weight?

Not familiar with the adjustments on TenPoint scopes enough to tell you how many clicks elevation.
 

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Windage is OK, never had a problem with these field points and 125gr blades in my compound bow.
 

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I like to find broadheads that shoot pretty close to my field points. Just makes practicing easier. I like Slick Tricks alot. If the Tricks are grouping good from ten yards out to thirty, maybe try a heavier field point to see if they shoot closer to the broadheads.
 

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Same here, I want my broadheads and field points to fly nearly identical. Your best arrow flight comes with points that fly the same.
As a general rule, 20 clicks at 20 yards moves 1 inch.
 

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I adjusted the scope up about 20 clicks, and at 30 yds, the broadheads flew somewhat better. I tried out my old Muzzy 125's. There was not much difference. I weighed the Slick Tricks, Muzzys, and my field points. All weigh the same. The Muzzy was about 2 inches right of the 3 inch target circle, the ST was 2 inches left, and the field point was a bulls-eye. Heck, maybe it's me!
 
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