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buttonbuck wrote:This guy disagrees with the Bare shaft tune. What say you?

https://youtu.be/Y2NI8SKBBbc



Man, that's kind of like farting in a crowded room and walking out then watching everyone argue about who did it.

What say you?

I actually had that video pop up in my youtube feed last night and watched about half of it before skipping ahead to the next video. I've been using bare shafts as a tool to tune my bow for years. Ranch fairy got me using them to tune my arrows, which has already resulted in some huge improvements in my shooting, bow performance and arrow performance. I dont know about broadheads yet because my block target, black hole target and McKenzie deer target are barely stopping my target points. I have field point tipped arrows blowing through a bag target at 50yds. I dont practice farther than that so that means my bag targets which are basically new just became useless. But my point is, I have never had arrows flying this well and penetrating this deep.

I watched the rf videos and what thought what he said made a lot of sense and now I'm finding out for myself that it doesnt just look good on paper.
Sours: http://www.thehuntingbeast.com/viewtopic.php?t=55170

The Influence of YouTube Personalities on Your Archery Business

Early spring probably isn’t your busiest season in your bow shop, so it’s a good time to step back and think about whether you’re stocking those products most in demand by today’s bowhunter. Of course, this is a complex topic with no easy answer. That said, I’m confident that unless you or someone on your staff is a regular viewer of bowhunting content on YouTube, then chances are good you’re missing some sales.

Let me give you an example. As a regular viewer of The Hunting Public on YouTube, I watched intently last fall as the hosts talked about the arrow penetration increase on whitetails gained by switching to heavy cut-on-contact broadheads matched with front-heavy (high FOC) arrows. In particular, they mentioned a YouTube hunting personality with a channel called Ranch Fairy. The host of this channel, Troy Fowler, works as a Jack-of-all-trades for a ranch in Texas, and his nickname around the property is Ranch Fairy because he’s on call for everything that needs fixing.)

Ranch Fairy believes strongly in heavy cut-on-contact broadheads and arrows with high FOC (front of center) numbers. Not only do the hosts of The Hunting Public share his opinion, but if the crowd gathered around these guys (Ranch Fairy plus The Hunting Public hosts) at the 2020 ATA Show is a barometer, then you need to pay attention, too. 

Note: The Hunting Public uploaded their podcast video of this ATA Show meeting with Ranch Fairy on their YouTube channel on Feb. 5, 2020. At the time of this writing, it’s been viewed nearly 70,000 times. Think about that — a 27-minute-long video with four guys sitting around a table talking about arrow inserts and broadhead weight has been viewed close to 70,000 times in two months! Click here to check it out.

The hosts from The Hunting Public joined Ranch Fairy during the 2020 ATA Show for a podcast to talk about arrows, broadheads and FOC. The podcast has been viewed nearly 70,000 times since it was uploaded to YouTube on Feb. 5, 2020.

The hosts from The Hunting Public joined Ranch Fairy during the 2020 ATA Show for a podcast to talk about arrows, broadheads and FOC. The podcast has been viewed nearly 70,000 times since it was uploaded to YouTube on Feb. 5, 2020.

I understand you might not be a big fan of Ranch Fairy; there’s no doubt his online persona will rub some the wrong way. That’s okay — regardless, you need to admit that many bowhunters around the country are watching his YouTube content and then purchasing products — namely heavy field points for testing arrow flight, and then heavy broadheads with heavy arrow inserts for hunting — based on his recommendations. 

This is only one example. How do you stay up to speed on which YouTube shows are driving the most traffic and gear purchases? Simple. When you visit The Hunting Public page on YouTube, you can click on the tab that says “channels.” (See screen-shot below). That opens up “Our Favorite Channels” and “Subscriptions”; these are the channels the guys from The Hunting Public like best. You can click on the right-pointing arrows to reveal more YouTube channel suggestions, hunting content producers such as Hushin, Born and Raised Outdoors, The Hunting Beast, DIY Sportsman, and yes, Ranch Fairy.

Viewers who tune into The Hunting Public are likely to watch those other YouTube channels listed under the group’s “Our Favorite Channels” and “Subscriptions” tabs.

Viewers who tune into The Hunting Public are likely to watch those other YouTube channels listed under the group’s “Our Favorite Channels” and “Subscriptions” tabs.

YouTube is massive, but like-minded individuals (read avid bowhunters) find each other because of shared interests. The men and women who regularly consume this bowhunting content online are willing to learn and hungry to spend money on gear that will help them be more successful. The only question is whether you’re stocking the items they desire.

Sours: https://www.archerybusiness.com/the-influence-of-youtube-personalities-on-your-archery-business
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Ranch Fairy Test Kit | Sirius Apollo Arrows and Ethics Inserts

hello everyone thanks for coming outside me today today we're talking some adult

arrows

with some serious serious

arrows

as well as some

ethics

archery components and the

ranch

very field point

test

kit so first things first I'm pretty sure everybody in the archery industry now knows who Troy Fowler aka the

ranch

fair he is but if you don't I'll put his channel down below and I'm pretty sure also you know what

ethics

archery components are as well as serious

arrows

and if you

ranch fairy test kit sirius apollo arrows and ethics inserts

don't though I will also put their links down in description below today we're looking at the

ranch

very

test

kit which is a combination of Troy from the

ranch

very serious

arrows

si RI us as well as

ethics

archery components and the entire idea behind this system is the ability to tinker and create an arrow that specifically works for you that's a high GPI or grains per inch

arrows

a very heavy shaft as well as heavy

inserts

and heavy points and really building some high FOC super

high penetrating very beefy

arrows

for whatever type of game you're pursuing so before you start thinking about getting a

test

kit you first need to understand

arrows

spine and simply put the lower the number closer to 200 that you get the stiffer the arrow is going to be the higher the number the closer to 400 you get the weaker the air will be so if you're a short draw lighter pounded shooter you're gonna be one to be closer to 400 and if you're a long draw a guy like me 3030

and a half inches and a higher heavier pounder shooter like 60 to 70 pounds you're gonna want closer to that 200 spine also you're gonna want to know the length of your arrow for me I like a 31 inch arrow it puts that broad head out in front of my hand when I'm at full draw so the longer your arrow probably also this difference behind you're going to be so right here I have 250 and 300 spine I'm not gonna load this arrow up with too much FOC or front of center weight I'm

gonna stick with a more moderate amount I'm still going to use the hunter grain stainless steel insert from

ethics

it's actually a 60 to 100 you can actually cut off certain sections on the back to get it closer to a 60 grand insert if you don't want that much FOC let's say you're a lady and you don't want to shoot that heavy of an arrow you can decrease that by chopping off those small bits I'm a pretty big guy shoot sixty pounds I'll be able to push the under

green insert no problem and then along with that arrow spine and arrow length that you want because you're gonna actually need them to cut it from the factory unless you own an arrow saw like I do you're gonna also want to know how much point weight you're gonna want to mess with in this case you have everything from a 100 to a 200 grain setup or you have everything from a 200 to a 300 grain field point setup I went with the standard 100 to 200 like I said I don't want to build

too heavy of an arrow I like having a heavy arrow closer to 550 to 650 but I don't feel the need to build a 700 grain arrow which is very very possible with this

test

kit so serious is going to send you four

arrows

to in one spine and two in the other so I have these are the serious

Apollo

there are 204 so they are a smaller diameter arrow you can also get the Vulcan which is a standard diameter arrow in a two four five this is a two two

arrows

that are 250 spun and there are two errors that

are 300 spine so these are the four that I'm going to play with and the reason you have four is you can cut them to different lengths if you want to try different lengths you can then screw one point weight into one arrow one point to another you can sit here and play around with these as much as you possibly would like I don't have the knocks in right now but they will ship with what looks to be boning X knots and black and then these are full length

arrows

right now so I do have to cut

them to my desired 31 inches and going back to the breakaway insert system you can see how there are not just cut into the back side of this breakaway insert this is a half out insert which means that half of it is in and half of it is out of the arrow so this is not an uncommon system as you can see it is in as well as outside of the arrow different manufacturers produce different types of

inserts

for a 204 diameter arrow Easton produces their hit insert system which is completely hidden

I'm not a big fan of that as it leaves as air space between the insert and the broadhead or feel point on the arrow I'd much prefer the

ethics

system which is the half in half out and the entirety of this has an insert making contact with the entire time

ethics

also make systems with ballistic collars which are sleeves that go over top of this insert system to further reinforce and further at FOC it's not part of the

ranch

skip but I figured I would mention it here so four field

ranch fairy test kit sirius apollo arrows and ethics inserts

points here my left hand we have a 100 Greiner and they go all the way up in 25 grain increments up to this big boy which is a 200 and like I said they even go up to 300 if you want to go for an extreme FOC built but each field point comes in pairs and so that way I can stick the hunter grain into both the 250 and the 300 I can stick the 200 into both the 250 and 300 spawn shoot them and see what kind of tears through paper or impact into a target that I get to best get my tune right so I need

to go install the knocks on these get these

arrows

cut to length get the

inserts

added then I can start screwing in few points and start the tune from there so there are two schools of thought when it comes to tuning in arrow one you can either have your arrow already built the right length the right point way it

inserts

and all that sort of stuff that you want to build and then you can tune your bow you can mess with the cam timing the center shot the level of leanness of the arrow or terms of

knock height how it sits on the string how high or low your rest is all that sort of stuff and there's a lot of different intricacies when it comes to tuning your bow to an arrow now that's my personal method that's what I personally like to go through but it can be complicated but tuning the arrow to the bow is not complicated at all it simply involves taking an arrow and screwing on different point weights it was just what the idea of the

ranch

very

test

kit is so I have one

that's a 250 and one that's a 300 both cut to 31 inches am oh I have the full hundred grand insert and like I said this is the 100 to 200 grain field point kit and they go in 25 grain increments but I'm gonna skip the 100 and 125 because I'm pretty sure they're gonna be okay I want to get into the big stuff the stuff I've never done before so these are both 150 s 150 grains apiece so I want to see how this 250 and 300 spine arrow shoot out of this bow now what I'm

doing is I'm setting up a foam style target my personal choice is the Morel high roller in this case it's the big high roller you don't want to shoot a bagged target when you do this type of shooting not through paper you can shoot through paper and get their tears left or right up and down and so on and so forth that way and if you don't know a whole lot about paper tuning I'll put a link in the description below to a video I did on paper tuning and how I get bear shafts to

shoot perfectly through paper but if I don't have that pay first and I don't feel like messing with paper tuning I can bear shaft tune just like this I have a target set up about 15 yards or so I know that I'm not going to miss the target the way my CZ v sight and my rest are set up but i want to see how that arrow is sticking into the target if it's sticking knocked to the left if it's sticking knocked to the right if it's sticking up high if it's sticking down low

and if it's sticking left and right then i can add or remove point weight by simply screwing in another point either a higher one or laura1 I get to play around now if I still do have a knock high or knock low I'm gonna have to move my rest a little bit but that's okay it's a lot easier to get a vertical tear out than it is to get a horizontal one out so let's do a couple of shots here and I'm gonna play around and see what kind of knock direction hopefully they fly

perfectly full disclosure that's the first shot I've had about three weeks feels good to be shooting the bow the weather's been miserable turkey season just started I've been busy with the kids quarantine stuff alright so both of those are knocked to the left let's take the camera down show what I'm talking about alright as you can see we are facing the target directly and you can see that both of the knocks are on the left side the point impacted closer to the middle and

the knocks are closer to the left the 250s on the top and the 300s on the bottom so I know that I even need to add or reduce point way to get that to come perfectly straight at the target now whether you need to add or redact point weight it really depends on your grip it depends on the speedier bow it's often thought that the nock left is a weak arrow for a right-handed shooter and a knock ride as a weak arrow for a left-handed shooter I have seen it however go both ways with multiple

ranch fairy test kit sirius apollo arrows and ethics inserts

different styles of bows depending on how the shooter grips the bow so I'm gonna screw on the big guy I want to on a screw on the 200 greener and see what kind of tear direction we get alright so now we have 200 grand points and these things are behemoths on the front end of this era I really want to see how they fly out of this bow and as a complete side note these 2:04 inside diameter

Apollo

's with they have a very smooth the coating on them is wrapped I will say complete side note

they have been the easiest errors I've ever pulled out of this morale big high roller target I don't shoot that number two side of the dice very often and these things came out super clean very impressed they're alright both those

arrows

shot really well but it looks like the 250s gonna win with that 200 grain point let's say the camera down there and show you what I'm talking about all right as you can see our bottom arrow over here is a 300 that's the 250 there if I get

a little bit even lower you can see how directly sticking into the target that 250 spine is and the 300 moved all the way to the right actually bumping up that extra 50 grains but that 250 being a little bit stiffer was able to handle that little bit higher FOC and it came out like a dart out of that bow now before I say this is the final verdict I still want to shoot these multiple times still shooting a 200 gram point maybe even play with the 175 see if that 300 will tame over a little bit but

I also want to show you the importance of grip and torquing a bow when it comes to bear shaft tuning alright so it looks like that 250 with two hundred grains Plus that hunter green insert up front is going to win and before I show you this torque tuning thing you don't have to do a 200 grain broadhead for example 100 grains of insert you can play around with any different type of

ethics

component that you want if you already have a whole bunch of hunter green heads laying around

ethics

can

make you a 200 grain insert as crazy as that sounds or 175 and a 125 150 150 whatever you have already in terms of broads it brought heads in particular because they're the expensive part on the front end of the arrow whatever you have already you can have

ethics

components build you

arrows

build you components rather that would suit your

arrows

and be able to use those 100 grand 125 150 whatever you're already using now back to what I was talking with the torque issue so that 250 flew

like a dart out of my bow but but when it comes to bear shaft tuning the importance of your grip and how you're holding the bow is super important and super critical and if any torque either side that is not consistent you're not going to get consistent bear shaft flight so what I'm gonna do now my usual grift when it comes to the bows I have my hand and I usually you know make a fist rotate and then open so it sits at about oh I don't know two o'clock on the clock face and

so then I put in between right here at the bottom part of the meaty part of my thumb pad right into the grip itself and that allows me to have almost no torque on the bow I can open my hand and I can do all sorts of things in the bow does not want to torque or twist to the left to the right now I'm going to shoot both these

arrows

and with one I'm going to torque severely I'm gonna pull in with my hand I'm gonna push on the left side of the grip torquing the bow to the right the

other shot I'm going to torque with to the inside I'm going to put a lot of pressure on the inside of the grip my thumb side of the grip and I'm gonna torque the bow to the left and I want to show you how drastic just a little bit of torque can be when it comes to a bear shaft shot even at such a short distance of 15 yards so with this shot I'm gonna put a lot of thumb pressure I'm going to torque the bow to the left this is my sight is one I'm gonna go tracking to the

left now I'm going to go torque the opposite direction where I'm gonna put a lot of ring finger pressure or the outside here and I'm going to torque the bow to the right my sights gonna want to go to the right and that is exactly what I want to see let's go down and see what these two horribly torqued

arrows

look like when they're actually sticking into a target so you might be thinking what the heck happened that 250 spine with a 200 greenpoint shot a perfect Dart what

happened here this huge knock will have huge knock write all about the torquing the upper arrow here was me pushing thumb side pressure the bottom arrow here was me pushing with ring finger pressure and look how bad that torque is look how terrible that tune is this one is not atrocious it looks like it could behave but we just saw it just a few moments ago shooting a perfect dark with no torque whatsoever imparted onto the grip and onto the riser this is super important that you remember this

when you are going to bear chef - not just with the range for a

test

capable with any type of tuning you need to watch your torque on the riser your grip is the most pivotal and important part of the bow don't screw it up leave it nice and relaxed don't put undue pressure make it even pressure and you'll get those perfect darts flying downrange and you'll be able to avoid these catastrophes so that's the way to work with the

ranch

very

test

kit from serious and

ethics

find

the arrow that you like you the 204 diameter with the

Apollo

or the Vulcan which is a 2 4 5 standard diameter very heavy gpi's in both those

arrows

pick which one you think is going to work for you if you want to change your

inserts

you can I left from the full 100 grain so I could add a little bit extra weight and then pick will either 100 to 200 greenpoint or 200 or 300 and now looking after shooting the 200 I kind of wish I'd gone with a 200 to 300 to get that extreme FOC but this

arrow is already so heavy as it is I don't think I need to add a 300 grain point up front but still would have been fun to try if you have any questions however about the serious

arrows

are the

ethics

components or the whole

ranch

for a

test

kit in general follow me in the description below you can hit me up on Facebook and Instagram leave a comment here on YouTube my emails even down in the description if you want that more personal touch hope you able to get outside enjoy the sport of

archery archery hunting if you so choose definitely enjoy God's beautiful creation and we'll get to see you next time

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