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Kelly

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I shoot all of my bows with cock feather in, even those no good Sunset Hills and Schulz’s. Nock point on those is 3/8” above square and I always nock under nock point so my 11/32” wood arrow sits about a tad more than 1/32” above square.


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Watch a high speed video of an arrow at release. See where those feathers are.(at least on THAT bow). Deno...can you find one and post ?






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Bamboo backed bow no shelf off the hand and that particular arrow flexed out at the perfect moment. Interesting very interesting I think?
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Deno...thank you. that first one reminded me. Brace height plays a huge role too. If the arrow is still on the string at 10"" vs 4" from the bow it can / cannot bend or respond the same.

How much "pluck" you impart on release plays a huge role in initiating the bend and that plays out all the way until rhe feathers neutralize it.

Awesome. Lots to discuss

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One in a million wood arrows will break.  I hope the run out on yours is properly oriented if you are the one.
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Thanks Deno for sharing these videos.
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this is what happens if you shoot with cock feather in

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I started shooting cock feather in on my ASL bows because someone said that it would stop the quill from tearing up my knuckle. It works for me. No more cut knuckle. I also like feeling my finger on my face before I feel the feathers.
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Pretty.....
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