Note: Its very important that you tune your bow in
order to get field point accurate groups! All the fix blade broadheads on the market claim to fly like field points but the
fact is unless your bow casts the arrow straight out of the bow on release the blades will hit the air resistance and glide
off target due to blades being exposed. So if your bow is not tuned for bullets in paper or the arrow spine is too weak and
causes arrow to bend on flight to the target then the blades are exposed to the air resistance causing the arrow to glide
off target. Its a simple fact of life.
This is how you
can get your fix blades to fly and group with your field points.
Tune bow to shoot bullets or almost bullets from 3 feet to 10 yards.
Cause the arrow to spin to counter act the bending motion of the arrow in flight by using helical vanes, Stealth Hunter Rest,
Acu-Vanes,Turbo Nocks, and stiffer arrow.Using one or more of these will keep your arrows flying straight. These
keep the arrow straight after leaving the bow so blades have no to low air resistance. Note: The Dispersion Airflow on the front of the Double and Triple Whammy work to protect the blades from
the air resistance from flight unlike all other fix broadheads because you get less air resistance or "NO" air resistance
due to design. This makes them more accurate than all other fix blade broadheads but you still need to tune bow to bullets
in order for it to work.
3) Spin check broadhead
on arrow for no wobble and paper test for bullets just before hunting.Note: The Double Whammy or Triple Whammy spin true when
spin checked straight from the box at 99.9% of the time.
is more information about the Dispersion Airflow at bottom. We should always keep in mind that our bows need to be in tune.
The fact is we can't cheat on tuning our bows but the Double & Triple Whammy broadheads make it easier.