Posted By MRD on 30 Jan 2013 05:47 PM
Paper tuning is done so the rest on the bow and the spot on the string where the arrow is nocked are lined up to the point where an arrow shot from 6 to 8 ft. at paper will put one small hole from the shaft and three cuts from the fletching . The arrow passed it's length straight . What you usually start out with is the tip hit here but the rear went there causing a rip on an angle . That will cause arows to be more scattered on the target , and with broad heads it will be noticed even more .
So does this impact accuracy, killing power, life of the arrow, damage to
the hide, or what? Not questioning the need for it, just a bit more