Apollo Ranch Fairy Test Kit

$86.99

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    The package comes with the following:

    • Four Apollo 0.204 ID shafts (+/- 0.003).
    • Four 100gr stainless half out inserts
    • Four Nocks
    • Ranch Fairy field point test pack.

    Build it up and test out various point weights to see how your bow reacts to the change in FOC. Identify your proper weight for optimal shaft flight (either through paper or angle of impact into a target). Also use this to understand the effects on your sight pin gap, as well as noise dampening in your bow.

    This is the ultimate kit to plan your ultimate hunting shaft!!

    Additional information

    Dimensions 38 × 1 × 1 in

    6 reviews for Apollo Ranch Fairy Test Kit

    1. Ryan Clark

      The Ranch Fairy may be a bit whacky but he has done wonders for the industry.

      This a an awesome setup for those of you coming to Africa and are not sure what to bring – in Africa are animals are tough to kill and this will get you set on your way to finding the right equipment.

      With Out Hesitation I recommend this product

      The African Allure Hunting Safaris – Limpopo South Africa

    2. Michael Holloway

      This kit made it so easy to work through the process. With the ethics pack of field points and the 2 ea. arrows of the 2 different spines I was able to figure out exactly what spine/broadhead combination that fly’s perfectly from my bow.

    3. Shane Grennan (verified owner)

      I don’t normally do reviews but I will have to say that this kit is impressive. Took under an hour to figure out the best setup for my bow and will be ordering another kit for my sons as well. Have even referred the kit to friends as well. Great job to Sirius and ranch fairy.

    4. Brent Thorntosn (verified owner)

      This is a great investment of $100. You want to get perfect arrow flight, learn about your bow, your arrow, and cause and affect? THEN BUY A KIT. GIVE YOURSELF A MONTH TO EXPERIMENT AND ENTERTAIN YOUR CURIOSITY. THERE IS NO DOWNSIDE. USE COOL MELT TO MAKE IT EASIER.

      My experience from local shops is biased toward choosing a faster / lighter arrow. This was confirmed just recently when purchasing new bows (2), that left the shops shooting bullet holes with a fletched arrow. I was in the process of doing my own learning (reading Ashby supplemental reports, video content, and using my own reasoning) and coming to the conclusion that I wanted to explore the heavier setups.

      Basically for my $200, I ended up getting another test kit to get stiffer spine arrows, I took away the following:
      – learned about my bows and setting up a bow, one bow just a small rest adjustment and I’m getting bullet holes with a couple of different configurations, the other bow, everything tear was stiff, even with an under spine arrow, so I learned the bow needed to be put back to “square or zero the cams” then start the process over. It worked! Bullet holes.
      – My shooting form / shot process got real tight. Shooting thru paper so much at 7 yards was great practice working the process and aiming.
      – I am on my way to perfect arrow flight with the bare shaft bullet holes. I have shot the bare shafts our to 30 yards. Just need to build up setups and tune with broad heads.

      So I had 2 different new bows (PSE EVO EVL 34 and Bowtech Revolt XL) shooting a bullet hole when they left the shop. Well after removing the fletching and shooting the arrow thru paper guess what? No bullet holes! Remember one bow the cams where “wonky” where every arrow setup would tear stiff.

      So then I think why is this process at archery shops? Why is the thinking different from the rifle community where most everyone leans towards high ballistic coefficients (which in a caliber is the long skinny or “heavier” bullet) when getting their rifle setups? Watch Troy’s / Ranch Fairy’s videos with the “Rocket Man”. It is math, science, and physics.

      Excellent product and value.
      Peace

    5. Jordan (verified owner)

      The customer service at Sirius is next level. I scheduled a call with a technician. He called exactly at the scheduled time. Listed to all my concerns and answered my questions. Call was less than 10 minutes and I had more answer than I had questions. I don’t think their customer service can be beat.

    6. Matt Savageau (verified owner)

      Was definatley worth the money. You get to try 2 different spines with 5 different tip weight in each spine to find your best combination. I recommend paying for the spine alignment on this kit so you can see if your bow likes to shoot better spine down or spine up. Serious recommends spine up, but try spine down just in case your bow likes that better.
      Also, set your rest back to factory center shot before doing your test so you find the arrow/tip combinations that your bow likes at it’s default tune.
      Once you find what spine and tip weight work, you just get the inserts to the weight that adds up correct with whatever broadhead weight you shoot and adjust your rest slightly to fine tune if any tuning is even needed. This is something you only really have to do once and then you know exactly what spines and front weight combinations your bow likes.

      I shoot a Hoyt Ventum Pro 30
      28.5″ draw length, 70lb draw, and had the shafts cut to 28.5″. I was temped to go down to a 26.5″ length, but when you test fate with broadheads, sooner or later, your going to slice your finger. You get 1/2″ extra length from the outsert/sleeve combo on the end of your shaft.

      I found my bow liked the 300 spine 100gn insert/sleeve with the 125gn & 150gn points, (finished fletched arrow weight 530-550gn and 18-19FOC.
      My bow loved the 250 spine 100gn insert/sleeve with the 200gn point (finished fletched arrow weight 635gn and over 20%FOC) The 250 spine didn’t like any of the lighter points, just the 200gn.

      Now I just order 300 spine arrows with the 100gn insert/sleeve and know I can shoot 125gn and 150gn broadheads. If I want a heavy arrow in the future, I just order the 250 spine arrow with 100gn insert/sleeve and throw a 200gn broadhead on it.

      A very good comment from Ranch Fairy. “You don’t bend a rifle barrel to make your bullet shoot good. You choose the bullet that shoots good in your rifle.”

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