I’ve been using Heritage CX 250’s and have gotten them to fly fairly well out of my recurve and longbow. I have enough different points, inserts and feathers to keep me tuning them for quite a while. I shot some 55-60 POC woodies that a friend of mine made and WOW! The feel of the bow and flight of the arrow was amazing compared to my carbons.
The carbons were flying the way they were supposed to and I tuned the bow. I’m sure a more experienced shooter could make them fly better….but why do the wood arrows do so much better? My longbow buddy says wood bows need wood arrows. Any other opinions?
I really liked the way they shot so I may be a convert to wood. I believe Fletcher (Rick from the Feathered Shaft) will be getting some of my business!