Is there anyone that cuts their own arrow shafts that could lend some advice on the best/cheapest way of doing it? I'm new to archery and am trying to find the best arrows for my longbow. Was thinking of ordering the 3Rivers hunting arrow test kit, which comes with 32” shafts to be cut after I determine how many grains per inch gives me the straightest flying arrow.
Why am I attempting this when I’m already a newbie and have no clue? I heard that if you take the shafts to get them cut at a shop, it is expensive, as it would also be to order three sets of arrows with varying shafts (grains per inch) and simply hope at least one flies straight. I would go to the local shop and ask an expert there to help me select the best arrow spine, but I don’t think they’d be very accommodating when I didn’t buy my bow from them. Also heard they’re rude to women. Thanks for the help!!