Archery | Arrow Length
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Archery | Arrow Length

Hey guys, this is NuSensei. Today I want to cover a very frequently asked question about arrows, and that is: “How long should your arrows be?” There is a very short and straightforward answer. The rule of thumb is that you take your draw-length and you add one to two inches, or one and a […]

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Archery | Putting on Spin Wings
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Archery | Putting on Spin Wings

I’ve mentioned spin wing vanes before. Spinnies are curled, plastic vanes, stuck on in an offset configuration. They’re meant for thin arrows, such as X10’s and ACE’s. Their purpose is to put more spin on the arrow. I’ll let the info card do the talking – improved accuracy, stabilisation and arrow flight. Most people won’t […]

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Archery | Assembling Arrows
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Archery | Assembling Arrows

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. I’ve had a few requests to walk through how to assemble an arrow from start to finish, and what better arrow to demonstrate this with than my new Easton X10s. Normally, you can buy individual carbon arrows, but the top level carbon shafts like A/C/Es and X10s are sold in […]

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