Vortex Broadheads
Will I be able to tell the difference?
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Contributors to this thread:
Scrappy 24-Sep-18
Pyrannah 24-Sep-18
GLP 24-Sep-18
JTV 24-Sep-18
Buffalo1 24-Sep-18
smarba 24-Sep-18
Bou'bound 24-Sep-18
drycreek 24-Sep-18
Kodiak 24-Sep-18
HUNT MAN 24-Sep-18
Franklin 24-Sep-18
APauls 24-Sep-18
From: Scrappy
24-Sep-18
Made an oops on ordering new arrows. Ordered 27 7/8 instead of 27 15/16, been shooting the same arrow, the same length since 1999. Bone head move I know.

I'm just an average back yard archer. I practice out to sixty yards and usually get pretty close to bullseye most shots I have plenty of arrow left at full draw so no problem there.

Question is before I start fletching up these new arrows do you think I will even notice a difference? My gut says no what do you guys think?

From: Pyrannah
24-Sep-18
Ah, no

From: GLP
24-Sep-18
No problem

From: JTV
24-Sep-18
nope

From: Buffalo1
24-Sep-18
1/16" ! - Absolutely not

From: smarba
24-Sep-18
I honestly am not sure this is a serious question. But no. I'm betting Randy Ulmer wouldn't notice a difference either.

From: Bou'bound
24-Sep-18
You wouldn’t notice a difference at an inch

From: drycreek
24-Sep-18
Ah Scrappy, I would "scrap" those arrows. Need my address ?

From: Kodiak
24-Sep-18
Is this a serious question? Lol

From: HUNT MAN
24-Sep-18
Yes you will notice a 16rh of a inch difference but it will not make a diffence. You need some new arrows after elk season. Congrats again on your bull. Hunt

From: Franklin
24-Sep-18
I`m wondering if anyone laughed when you said..."15/16ths". I build Violins and don`t uses 1/16ths...lol

From: APauls
24-Sep-18
Let’s say your arrows are 9 grains per inch, then the weight difference is 1/16 x 9 = 0.56 grains. So you’ll add about a half a grain in weight and spine change also negligible, so ya, you’re safe ;)

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