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Old July 14th, 2017
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There are several things that can cause arrows not to group.



You did not say anything about the bow you are shooting and the arrows or where you bought them.



If the bow is not set-up [adjusted] correctly, it will not shoot tight groups.



I highly recommend that you do some research on "Bow Tuning". This will teach you how to check your arrow flight and how to adjust your bow.



Unfortunately..... most information on Bow tuning only cover some aspects of what to check or how to do the testing. Read a bunch of methods because each one will provide a little different information.



I have several files saved on my computer about Bow Tuning. If you send me your email in a PM, I will send them to you.


Thx as I will look into bow tuning, but as of now I have a diamond infinite edge, sort of youth/small frame bow, with 500 grain warrior carbon arrows I was shooting 45# with a 25 inch draw, but Now I'm at 55# with a 25 1/2 inch draw


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Also sounds like you hit shoulder blade. If you're having a hard time grouping fixed blades, Google broadhead tuning and give that a shot.

Where are you located? I would be happy to help if I can. I'm no expert but have some experience.


That was also one of my hypothesis of what happened, and yes my G5 montecs are hard to group. I am about an hour south of Baton Rouge


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Default Broad head problem

My internet had been giving me trouble and I'm just seeing these, but thank y'all for the info so far, I think I realized that there are a lot more things to bowhunting and archery than I think! I have a lot more to learn !


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G5 Montecs should be easy to group.
You have something out of whack.
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Old July 16th, 2017
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G5 Montecs should be easy to group.

You have something out of whack.


Yes sir I definitely think I do, and I read an article on broadhead tuning and it said that I should shoot a field tip then a broadhead, then move my arrow rest in the opposite direction of where the broadhead is in comparison to the field tip, to get the broadheads to group better, I think I'll give it a try


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I aways did that with small movements left or right of my rest.
I'd measure with a 32nd steel ruler before & after.
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Old July 16th, 2017
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9 times out of 10 the boardhead is not the cause of poor arrow grouping . There are cam timing, nock point,arrow rest and arrow spine issues that causes poor arrow gouiping.
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