would this work??
i have been shooting my bow for a while (not an elite yet) and have noticed the arrows often come out with a slight corkscrew flight.
i have only ever eyed up the arrow rest and set the nocking point level.
it walk back tunes well and scores well at field archery comps.
so the other day , I put an arrow through a target , only to rip all the fletchings off.
I decided to use that arrow to see how it flew bare shaft.
shot a couple of fletched arrows at 10 meters and then the bareshaft.
it was going into the target to the right of the group but the nock was way to the left.
so i started moving the rest toward the riser , which straightened the arrow on impacting the target.
moved back to 15 meters and still ok.
my Question is ,(provided the spine is correct) why should i need to shoot any fletched arrows at all??
if i took 3 bareshaft arrows out, and shot and adjusted my rest and nocking point , until they flew straight and ended up true in the target face , it wouldn't matter where they were grouping.
you wouldn't even need a sight bolted on at first. It would immediately tell you if the arrows were flying true.
would this method of tuning get you quickly to where you needed to be without covering up any probs with fletchings?