When you get a little older your aching shoulders will tell you why not. There is no speed that you are going to achieve with a compound bow that will totally eliminate a deer jumping the string. Best way to eliminate string jumping is to shoot at relaxed unaware of your presence deer.No reason, just have the 75lb mod so why not, we’ll see, might be too much for the stand, I would rather shoot lower if it’s quieter but if they are the same then why not max out the limbs
I should probably go to a shop and have a full tune done. My list “to do” list keeps getting longer by the day. I hate saying things like this but is there a speed I should be at to try and limit deer dodging the arrow. Right now at about 260ish FPS
Not exactly sure, took them to Lancaster Archery and they said that they were a bad batch, the inside of the arrow was messed up a little causing the knocks to get pinched. The only real difference between 6MM and 5mm FMJ is arrow diameter and weight. 5mm penetrates a little deeper (about an inch more based off my target) while the 6MM is a little faster (hunting arrow is about 25 grains lighter than 5mm) I think that they are pretty good, I’ll know more about them after the seasonbreaking nocks..sounds like nocks arent set on string when you shoot?...or nocks are getting pinched?
what do you mean by that, I have a 50 grain insert up front with a 100 grain head. Total arrrow is about 485, just trying to understand what you mean.The problem with FMJ is they destroy your FOC. You're better off with a lighter gpi arrow, correctly spined to handle a little (or a lot) more weight up front.
I’m shooting the 6MM FMJ with a 100 grain Rage 3 blade SC, the little older version but they seem really good to me, out penetrates the fixed blade I have on the target while having a bigger cut. I like them so far, hopefully I’ll get a shot at this 6pt Buck I’m following tomorrowJust switched to Black Eagle X-Impact 350. They seem ok had some issues with the outserts but I think I have that figured out. Killed an adult doe with that arrow and a mechanical broadhead got a complete pass through with about 3” stuck in the dirt.