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Old 07-08-2013, 04:24 PM   #21
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i have a tool made by G5 to square inserts. works great.

but now i get my arrows built by a pro, and he includes it in his service.

never shoot a broadhead arrow without spin testing it first. ever. long shaft heads like my grim reapers bend the slightest amount after a shot. i spin them after every shot. they dont last long anyways.
how do you spin test em without one of those rotater things? do you just put the tip of the BH on a table or somethin and spin it?
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Yea. I just spin them on something. It is so obvious when something isn't straight.
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Spin test your broadhead on the palm of your hand, A Thunderhead is a hard broadhead to tune, there are too many options on broadheads . I shoot a 100 gr.Muzzy and T-3 ,broadheads, they shoot the same, I do shoot about 100 times a week during off season and about 150-200 times a week during hunting season, I would practice alot ,before trying to adjust anything, go to a pro shop let them check your set up, everything has to be right when shooting a fixed head where as a mechanical you can get away with alot.
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