Target shooting-Arrow deflecting works great for target shooting.Why?
Because most target shooting distances are 30 yards or shorter.The bending motion of the arrow helps on the impact of the
target. Because the arrow is acting weak or bending when it hits the target it follows the less amount of resistance or bends
into the previse hole. So if you make the first shot good then its easier to put the rest on target because if your close
then the arrows slides into or the hole guides the arrow in the hole giving you a tighter group. Note:
This gives you a tight picture on paper and great scores and forgiving because you can hit on either side of hole.But this
produces a false tight group and not recommended for hunting because arrow will deflect off bones and other tissues causing
a poor hit with little damage.Arrow may even pole vault away from animal or get poor penetration.
Most people go to the pro shops which sets you up with this kind of set
up thinking accuracy is more important but not realizing that there getting false groups and introducing a nightmare in the
field of hunting because most pro shops don't understand arrow flight.Here is your best set up for target only bow.
*Any type of bow
*Slighty weak arrow-Note: not too weak for your poundage.
Experiment with different spline or spine arrows and lenght to find a good match.
I recommend buying Archer's Advantage.You can find the perfect spline without
spending hundreds of dollars testing arrows and print out sight tapes.
*Drop-away rest-The drop-way rest drops before arrow can stablize
increaseing or forming Archer's Paradox.Note:Most of the drop-away rests don't really drop away in time
before the arrow leaves so contact with rest leaves marks on vanes and super bad bending of arrow when leaving bow.This is
not recommended even when trying to get the Archer's Paradox.Make sure you get a good drop away rest.