# Why Do My Arrows Wobble In Flight?

## Why are my arrows going high?

If you hook the bowstring too low, your arrow may go high.

Make sure you are paying attention to the nock point.

There are several acceptable ways to pull a bowstring, but in the most common, you place your index finger above the arrow and the middle and ring finger below it..

## How do I know if my arrow spine is too weak?

Broadhead weight usually affects spine and arrow flight, a heavy tip DECREASES an arrow’s spine (makes it act more limber). A lighter tip INCREASES an arrow’s spine (makes it act more stiff). If the arrow is too stiff it will favor the left side while if the arrow is a bit weak, it favors the right side.

## What happens if your arrows are too lightly or heavily spined for your bow?

Every arrow shaft has a degree of stiffness called spine, which is its resistance to bending. … If your arrows are too lightly or heavily spined for your bow, the “archer’s paradox” movements will be extreme, resulting in poor arrow flight and loss of accuracy.

## Can I use a release with a recurve bow?

It is perfectly acceptable to use a bow release on a recurve bow. … When using a release aid on a recurve, the release itself will be easier. However, it doesn’t make the draw and hold easier. When using a compound bow, the release will lighten the draw, so you can focus on aiming.

## What helps the arrow fly in a straight line?

Every arrow in flight has two nodes, one near the back and one near the front. Nodes are points on the shaft that remain in the same place while everything else bends. A line between these two nodes is the straight line that points where the arrow is heading. Straighter than an arrow, you might say!

## Why do my arrows not fly straight?

For an arrow to fly true, it must have the right amount of “flex,” or spine, for the bow. Determining proper spine is easy–arrow manufacturers have figured it out for us. To find the right arrow spine for your bow, you’ll need two numbers: (1) your bow’s draw weight in pounds, and (2) your arrow length in inches.

## Why do my arrows fly to the right?

One of the most common reasons for shots being consistently off target is that you’re shooting arrows with a weak spine. Arrows that are too weak for your bow will cause them to bend too much in flight, making them hit off target.

## Why do my arrows keep going left?

Why Your Arrows are Drifting The wind, alignment issues in the bow, torquing the bow, and canting the bow can all cause the arrow to drift. It is important to remember that a drifting arrow will not be as noticeable when you’re shooting close up. The further you back away from the target, the more the arrow will drift.

## What are arrows shot from untuned bows likely to do?

2) What are arrows shot from untuned bows likely to do? There are not many more graceful visons than an arrow flying through the air like a perfectly thrown football, spinning on its axis before hitting its target. The tighter the rotation then the more accurate the shot and the greater distance it can travel.

## What size arrow do I need for a 29 inch draw?

27.5-inchWhile most people go for 27.5-inch arrow length for a 29-inch draw, a beginner would be happier with a longer arrow.

## What causes arrow fishtailing?

Often only a slightly suspect loose of the arrow can cause considerable fishtailing. … A clean shelf with a scuff mark left by a vane hitting it is a clear sign of a “clearance problem.” Clearance problems stem from nocking point height, centershot (arrow rest) misplacement, and arrow spine issues.