Talking to Normus regarding the DM puller.
Just for fun, you can try it out at 20, 30 and 40 yds and see where it hits at each distance before you adjust anything.. If it's just the way it's coming off the rail (spine alignment) then it will be in a similar spot assuming your aiming points are accurate for each distance. But if the BH is planing, then the POI will move around the dial of the clock at different distances. I didn't see that it was the same arrow fired twice.....that tells me wind was not a factor unless it blew the exact same way for each shotStepnoutnb wrote: ↑Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:54 pmYes sir, I marked all the bolts and all the Broadheads just for that reason. I'll also try and swap broadheads with one of the others. I might have to go to the the range I belong to. One of the ranges there is a combined 25 and 50yds with berms on 3 sides. The berms remove wind interference. That will remove any excuses as well.
are you sighting in for big game hunting at reasonable distances or shooting flies at 50+ yards . hunting big game you are good to go.Stepnoutnb wrote: ↑Sun Aug 11, 2019 5:29 pmWell I set up the Boltcutter B.A.T broadheads. Nothing too serious, just lined them up by eye. The wind got bad but at 20 yards I'm happy and I'll be waiting for a better wind to practice and check accuracy out a little further. I live 2 miles from the Bay water and I'm 300 feet above sea level can be a little windy. Of course I'll need much more shooting to make sure I'm grouping consistently.
PS: Bolt 1 may be shooting low right, more shooting required!