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Some people lie, others exaggerate, and then there are those who tell the truth. For longer distance shooting, .019" is too large due to the reason you cited. You might want to try something in the range of a .01 for a more pinpoint sight-picture. As mentioned, your spine could be a little stiffer. By addressing so many different variables, all we're looking to do is shoot the best we can with the equipment we have, which means everything has to be operating at peak efficiency. You can spine test your individual arrows to make sure they are all indexed the same. You can try different vanes on your arrows as well as any other components: nock, weight of tips/inserts. Is your bow in tune? It can get addicting and remember, you have to keep your sanity. That's what I'm presently working on. I don't typically shoot over 40 yards, but I would like to. To date, my best 20 yard 5 shot group is all in the 1-1/2" bull, 4 in the 3/4" "X" ring. At 40 yards, all within a 4" bull. Note the disparity. And those are my best, not my typical. I'm trying to make my best, my typical and in my case it's not a fast easy process, but I find that the more I practice, the luckier I get. This may only address a little of what you're looking for, but I hope it helps. It's the finite things that get you to the best level of what you are able to achieve. Good luck and good shooting.
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