Whats the Relationship with Arrow Speed and Draw Length?

Whats the Relationship with Arrow Speed and Draw Length?

June 12th, 2010 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: All the AMO speed ratings are given for 30 inches of draw length. I have only a 28 inch draw. How much speed is lost for each inch of draw length? Does percent letoff change for short draw lengths?

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What would be an ideal front of center balance point measurement?

What would be an ideal front of center balance point measurement?

July 20th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

What are the guidelines on front of center when building a hunting arrow?

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How to Build Arrows

How to Build Arrows

June 29th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / 1 Comment

Step-By-Step Arrow Building
Want To Save Money And Have Fun By Building Your Own Arrow? Now You Can By Following This Simple Guide.

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How To Serve Your Bowstring

How To Serve Your Bowstring

April 15th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

by eders.com staff A how-to video on how to serve your bow string is embedded at the bottom of this article. The center serving on a bowstring serves as a launching pad for an arrow. It secures the nocking position, snugs the nock and protects the strands of the string from harmful wear created by [...]

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Mystery Compound Bow Tune

Mystery Compound Bow Tune

February 23rd, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

Nothing Can Kill Your Spirits Quicker Than Your Bow Going Out Of Tune. Here Is A Quick Fix Guide To Help You Out.

By Bill Vaznis

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Five Ways to Increase Penetration

Five Ways to Increase Penetration

February 9th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

After Hitting Your Target, A Bowhunter’s Goal Is To Drive The Arrow As Far Into The Game As Possible, Here’s How To Do That. A complete pass-through is always the goal for two reasons: it assures two holes for better blood trailing and produces an arrow that makes it much easier to determine the type of hit that occurred and help you decide when and how to follow the blood trail. By using hevy arrows (easton st axis fmjs) and sharp broadheads, this nice eight-point fell for Dave Eder within 30 yards of impact.

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Bare Shaft Arrow Tuning

Bare Shaft Arrow Tuning

January 20th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

Question: What is bare shaft tuning? Should I ever shoot through paper with a bare shaft? Answer: Bare shaft tuning requires you to first shoot a group of arrows with fletching into a backstop at 20 yards, followed by a group without fletching. Make adjustments to bring the two groups together, and as soon as [...]

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Is a String Loop Right For You?

Is a String Loop Right For You?

January 14th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

by Bob Robb A How-to-video is embedded on the bottom of this article. Archery industry estimates put the number of shooters who use some sort of mechanical release aid at somewhere between 80-90 percent of the total number. While a release will help virtually every archer shoot better, they do create some problems of their [...]

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Bare Shaft Power Tune

Bare Shaft Power Tune

December 12th, 2008 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

By Bill Winke Equipped with broadheads, your hunting arrows are more sensitive to in-flight factors than are your practice arrows. Surely you know that the combination of broadheads and poor arrow flight will cause wind planing. But, even for advanced archers, tuning can sometimes leave a person scratching his head. There is one simple shooting [...]

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Learn The Secret To Great Field Photos By One Of Today’s Best Outdoor Photographers

Learn The Secret To Great Field Photos By One Of Today’s Best Outdoor Photographers

December 4th, 2008 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

By Brad Herndon Before I start to write this column each month, I give careful consideration to what my subject matter will be. I prefer my focus to be on something which is different or unique, while at the same time it is a truly functional piece of gear to be used in your deer [...]

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