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I was shooting my long bow at my brothers min-indoor "range" today (it's amazing what this weather will make people do - especially when the womenfolk are out of the house) and it came to my attention that my arrows are not behaving as I think they should. Specifically: we are shooting at 16 feet at a foam BLOCK target; I amusing my Bear Montana 50# long bow with Gold Tip 3555 tipped with 225 gr field points. These babies are sticking in the BLOCK decidely canting to the right a good 10% slant - consistently. His setup is placing his arrows at 90% to the target every time. I have never paper-tuned my bow and I am wondering if I need a lighter or heavier point OR at this range - 16 feet - does the fact that my arrows are canting to the right have any menaing at all?
 

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I agree with Bob. What's your drawlength?
 
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