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Ive been using an arrow spin tester for about 8 or 9 years now. It sure takes a lot of work out of tuning broadheads. I couldn't do without it now.
i have always just spun them on a smooth flat surface...if they spin like a top with no wobble theyre fine but if theyre spinning slow with wobble theyre crooked...spin testers arent a lot...around 30 dollas...might just break down and get one...which do you have...::biggrin:
 

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I put the end of my Magnus on a dot on a piece of paper then I spin test it against the mark and adjust accordingly. Seems to work good for me.


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I put the end of my Magnus on a dot on a piece of paper then I spin test it against the mark and adjust accordingly. Seems to work good for me.


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Coonskinner, I got a Cabelas brand. I picked it up when they first opened the Wheeling store. If I remember right it was around $25 to $30. Some of the best money I've ever spent. Try it, you'll like it!
 

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Coonskinner, I got a Cabelas brand. I picked it up when they first opened the Wheeling store. If I remember right it was around $25 to $30. Some of the best money I've ever spent. Try it, you'll like it!
thats about the price they all run...was just wondering how well they work...:biggrin:i'll juss have to get one...thats not a whole lot to pay...and we may as well admit,this trad. stuff is juss plain fun...:biggrin:
 
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