Nice job Rebecca - Good info! Do you have to cut the arrows longer if your rest would ride on the insert (since they are tapered)? Seems like if you normally cut your arrows on the short side (like me), with very little overhang, you will need to add some length to keep the rest off the tapered insert. I would expect some accuracy issues (up and down stringing in the groups) if you did not. Thanks for the write-up!
Great article Rebecca! Very informative. Did I read your bow set up correctly- you're pulling over 55 pounds? Let's see those guns! With the few women I've been around in archery, that was always the limiting factor in performance was the 40 pound or so draw weights they could pull. You certianly don't have that problem. Do you and bearguide ever arm wrestle? Poor fellow...
I haven't tried those. But it is true. The insert bends when it takes a good hit. I haven't had too much trouble, but it is definitely an issue.what is the insert made out of? I have a few buddies on their staff and they had some issues with them, like bearguide said: they bend easy!! Have you tried using say...easton components on them to get an insert instead of a half outsert? I don't think the Axis HIT will fit BUT the new Deep 6 might.