Re: Broadhead Alignment
Broadhead alignment and vane alignment have nothing to do with each other. Broadheads are 99% of the time designed to be nonspinning Straight flying tips. As a matter of fact, if they are out of alignment and force the arrow to spin can counteract the vanes and cause the arrow to spin incorrectly. Vanes on the other hand are supposed to either force the arrow to spin or just create a drag to help the arrow fly straight. So....align your vanes to match the type of rest you have so the vanes flow threw the rest with the least amount of resistence to the rest or the bow. Align the broadheads just to make sure they don't contact the bow on a draw knocking it off the rest. Especially, if you use an over draw.