I suck at tuning wood arrows. But I came up with something that seems to help. Im sure someones done this before but it was new to me. My problem was finding a way to bare shaft wood without breaking any arrows that weren't perfect. I chopped the back of my fletchings off to create a mini fletching far forward on the shaft. This gave me a toned down version of the bare shaft results. So an arrow that was way weak or way stiff wasn't slapping sideways so hard that it would break. I am going to tune these to a new bow as the bow I had tuned for I just sold. I will be adding picture of the results. Hopefully they don't include any broken arrows. It worked well the first time so here goes. Also, this post was originally a 5 paragraph essay which also included my defense for tuning wood arrows for perfect flight, but my laptop backed out and erased it as I was going to post. Im too tired to remember everything I was saying anyway so its for the better lol!
One is 45-50 and the other 50-55 I don't remember which is which anymore. I thought I wrote it on the shaft but it either was invisible ink or I forgot to.