As bow hunters we have to stay on our game by shooting our bows months before season gets here. Preparing for the moment of truth and ready to make a ethical kill shot. Not only is it important to practice our form and shoot different distances but you should also shoot your broadheads before season as well. Often times your broadheads will fly different then your field tips. You do not want to make this fatal mistake on the hit list buck you have spent months scouting.
If your broadheads are not hitting where your field tips are then you need to broadhead tune your bow. It is a simple process, watch this video to learn how to broadhead tune a compound bow.
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