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when i shoot my compound bow, ether the knocks or the plastic feathers rip or break off. dos anybody know what is going wrong? a

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  • when i shoot my compound bow, ether the knocks or the plastic feathers rip or break off. dos anybody know what is going wrong? a

    when i shoot my compound bow, ether the knocks or the plastic feathers rip or break off. dos anybody know what is going wrong? and is there any suggestions as how to fix the problem?

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    I'm assuming that your fletchings and nocks are secured properly and you mean that this is happening at the bow. If it's happening at the target, you're on, stop shooting broadheads in groups, because the slicing of fletching will happen. Nocks get hit as well from time to time. If you're doing it often, good for you, but I'd back up or shoot less arrows in a group. Othewise, I've seen older style sheet metal rests strip the fletching from arrows if they got deformed. I couldn't answer as to what would destroy your nocks at the bow.

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    • #3
      they miay be catching on your arrow rest

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      • #4
        im guessing that its your arrow rest, and you probley need to get some super glue, or arrow fletching glue to secure your nocks.the whisker biscut works the best for me, so your arrow flys through a fletching safe arrow rest, and your arrow dosnt fall out on okward shots.

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        • #5
          I bet it is ur arrow rest. It happened to me too. Now i have a Whisker Biscuit and it is awesome

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