- Category: General Hunting and Shooting
- Created on Saturday, 17 July 2010 16:00
- Written by The DIY Hunter
|DIY arrow paper tuning stand. The paper shows a perfect arrow punch from my son's new Browning Micro Adrenaline bow.||Dallen's first time out shooting his new Browning Micro Adrenaline bow.|
I find having a well tuned bow is crucial for me to get the best possible accuracy from my bows. Here is an inexpensive paper tuning stand that I use to paper tune my arrows.
I take a wire close hanger and bent it into a rectangle shape approximately 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Then I take a piece of mending plate and nut and bolt the hanger to a tripod. A piece of standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper can be taped across the frame and the tripod can be adjusted in height to place the tuning paper at least three feet in front of my arrow block target.
Dallen's new Browning Micro adrenaline is the last bow that I used the stand to paper tune. I made just a few adjustments to the bus cables to get the timing of the two cams in sync. After I had the cams in sync with each other I shot the perfect bullet hole on my first shot through my paper tuning stand.
I have been using two different full sized Browning Adrenaline two cam bows for the past six or seven years and have really like them. I made a few modifications to my bows. Basically I just replace the fifteen inch limbs with fifteen and a half inch limbs then I make new strings to fit. By adding the longer limbs I get a full thirty two inch draw length that I require.
Dallen's new Micro Adrenaline has got me wanting to upgrade to a new bow myself. I really like the parallel limb design and it is a sweet little bow to shoot.