A dozen of good x10 is selected by some Italian top archer from up to 10 dozen of X10, it means that the quality control even of those high end isn't in the top as they claim
It can do. It’s somewhere between nock damage and prayer for likelihood of it fixing the problem. Rare in my experience. More often when rotating the nock works visibly it’s related to clearance.Daft question but, if you had an arrow that was out of the group, would turning the nock help, as the spine (even by a small amount) could change?
Having measured static spine in different orientations (as per my post above), it's easy to find an orientation/nock position for each shaft that would give them all almost the same lateral spine.Daft question but, if you had an arrow that was out of the group, would turning the nock help, as the spine (even by a small amount) could change?
I won't tell the name, isn't important.I don't know which Italian archer you're referring to though that yield seems excessive even at the top level, Vittorio Frangilli's said several times that to get a dozen perfect X10s some national teams start with 4 dozen. He mentioned 12 dozen bought/1 dozen identical for an early carbon Beman arrow.