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    A great basic bowtuning thread

    There is a thread in the general archery forum that has turned out to be very informative from many aspects of bow tuning and setup.. so I'd like to link it in here for those seeking knowledge to be able to access.



    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1334651
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    x2 thanks for making it a stickey.

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    X3.....I've learned a great deal....Thanks for the sticky!
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    This thread is ANYTHING BUT Basic!
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    ttt

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    This thread is very informative.. Thank you all.

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    great thread, very informative.

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    Good thread, lots of info.

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    awesome thread keep it up!!!!

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    ty for the link

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    Sticky, I just came across your post on here. I've been having problems with my tuning since I'm relatively new to my bow, but my broadheads are hitting low and left compared to my fieldpoints and I can't move my rest any further right due to clearance issues, can you help?

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    i read the walkback tuning post and have a question. It only mentions setting the centershot on the rest and windage on the sight. What about nock height and the height of the rest? Do you just set the nock and rest so the arrow runs through the centerline of the riser?

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    great thread, lots of useful info
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