What types of arrow tips are there?
3 basic types: target points, field tips and broadheads(for hunting). For small game hunting: blunt tips, judo points and bird snares.
Nock: The part which hooks onto the string. Fletching(s): The feathers or plastic pecies used to tell you how to nock (put the arrow on the string) the arrow. Shaft: The middle of the arrow. This is where yo screw the tip into. Tip: This is what will puncture the target. Some kinds of tips are practice tips and broadheads.
You could be plucking the bow string, make sure to shoot with your finger tips only, remain still (arms, body and head)and release the string off the tips. Your arrow rest could be protruding to much, causing the arrow to richochet off it. Your arrow could be to thin for the poundage of the bow, causing it to warp on release. Make sure that you 'nock' the arrow properly. Your arrow might not be the…