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If you are an experienced archer you know technical details are always up front. Each shot defines how proficient you are, but your maximum performance won´t be achieved unless all your equipment is also up to the task... Arrow shafts included.

How close to the target line have you been that you have lost because of just one point? 


As we know arrows are generally round tubes which usually get weighted on front (arrow head), and pushed in the rear (nock attached to the string).

 The strong force imposed by the bow is very sudden (around 523 G´s), this as you know, causes the arrow to bend

or deflect.

Also is good to remind that the nock moves before the rest of the arrow! and the point moves the LAST!!!!!

How many times a point, a single one has determined your place in a competition?

Now the question is:
Do you know which way are your arrows bending?
And...... Are they all being launched the same?

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