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    Bow tuner

    Just wondering has anybody tried the True shot dual laser bow alignment tool and is it worth the money? IT seems alittle overly priced to me.



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    Do a search a lot of threads about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hangr54 View Post
    Just wondering has anybody tried the True shot dual laser bow alignment tool and is it worth the money? IT seems alittle overly priced to me.
    most lasers are overpriced anyway, imo, it is a completely unnecessary tool.....i bought a bohning laser center tool about 3 years ago, and the minute i installed it to try it out, instantly realized that i dropped 120+ dollars for a cool looking paperweight

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    I haven't seen that one yet, but I really like my easy eye laser. Not the cheapest tool but sure makes setting up a hole lot easier!
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    I think the EZ Eye laser center tool is the $#!$, just so long as you know your arrow may tune a little inside or out, but gives you a darn close starting point. I've found many times that if you have the right spined arrow and your cam lean is correct, you'll shoot bullets through paper first shot. My dos centavos.

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    I have the True Shot and it works very nice with easy to follow instructions.
    I set my bows up with it and have very little tweaking afterwards .

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    I'd forget it. Just eyeball everything down the center then shoot through the $10 paper rack you just built with the money you saved ('cause the bow still needs tuned after a laser anyway ) then drink a lot of beer with the rest of the money you saved.
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    The laser might help you get a starting point but you'll still have to walkback and or broadhead tune it to get it (RIGHT) so save the money and skip the laser.
    Owner: **Precision Tune ** When good enough just ain't good enough!

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    Skip the laser and just eyeball it. The eyeball will put you real close to where the laser will put you, so like others have said, it's not worth the money and you're still going to have to make adjustments after that! A good bow tuner doesn't need a laser....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster of Xs View Post
    I'd forget it. Just eyeball everything down the center then shoot through the $10 paper rack you just built with the money you saved ('cause the bow still needs tuned after a laser anyway ) then drink a lot of beer with the rest of the money you saved.
    DING... DING... we have a winner!

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