Included are 2 springs. 25# Black and 30# copper iodine and 3/32 shrink tubing to slide on the lower part of the springy arm. 20# spring can be purchased separately.
Springy Set up!
The springy arrow rest is pretty simple.
Standard Springy….Screw-in the base/rod. Screw a spring on it. Adjust centre shot and tighten base/rod with hex nut. Micro Adjust body tighten by adjusting it tight against the supplied washer. Do not overtighten as you can break it. If you need more or less left–right adjustment either take out a washer or add a washer to help adjust the centre shot.
Adjust it so that the centre of your arrow is in the centre of the coil resting on the arm.
Shoot some arrows and check alignment with the target… adjust left or right to get the arrow hitting down the middle. If you have a nock high or low, adjust your nocking point to get it flat.
The best archers usually had a paper tear of about 1/4 inch at 11:00 o’clock shot from 6 to 8 feet.
Most archers buy two or three different sizes of springs and then shoot one for a week or so. Then change to another spring weight and shoot it for a week or so. You will find that one setup works perfectly for you and you also will find that a buddy will shoot a different weight springy even though you both have the same weight bow, same arrow size, and length. It just happens.