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    Quick-Tuning your bow *ArcheryTalk Video*

    Here is an instructional video for everyone on how to quick-tune your bow.





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    Thanks for taking the time to make this. It probably needs to be moved up to the general archery forum for ongoing reference to new guys.
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    Thanks alot I think we could use a lot more of these on archerytalk. Great video and keep them coming i would love to see videos on all the different types of tuning sometimes reading how to do it, it is a little more difficult to understand.

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    Another great video. They should be sticky threads.

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    We plan on combining all of the videos into one thread and making it a sticky.

    Any suggestions on what we should make the next videos on??

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    Sounds good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOV RUT View Post
    We plan on combining all of the videos into one thread and making it a sticky.

    Any suggestions on what we should make the next videos on??
    Timing cams would be great. Just a quick video on basic problems and how to fix them.

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    He said "acrosst"




    sorry, just following in the spirit of the last video thread.



    Great instruction! Paper tuning be darned.

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    I absolutely love simple videos like this with a ton of knowledge attached. Great for us slow folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOV RUT View Post
    We plan on combining all of the videos into one thread and making it a sticky.

    Any suggestions on what we should make the next videos on??
    Setting sight axis'

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    Great video ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CutTheLoop View Post
    He said "acrosst"




    sorry, just following in the spirit of the last video thread.



    Great instruction! Paper tuning be darned.
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    Good job, and thanks for your time, and desire to help others

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    Great video !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by someonescop View Post
    Timing cams would be great. Just a quick video on basic problems and how to fix them.
    This is a great idea.. A lot of people could answer the problems they run into on a string change.

    Great video !! keep them up and thank you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOV RUT View Post
    LOL!! You guys are killing me!! I'm a hillbilly!! I talk funny!!! LMAO!!
    Well, at least your sense of humor is intact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CutTheLoop View Post
    Setting sight axis'
    I am with CutTheLoop on this one. It was also nice to see a person not stand infront of a paper tuner to set their horizontal. I have seen lots of people get a beautiful hole through paper, only to wonder why they can't get a broadhead to fly at longer distances worth a darn.
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    Great video! I think the 2 previous suggestions are spot on for the next videos-Cam timing and setting 2nd and 3rd axis.

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    cool. now give me a step by step dumbed down vid on how to tune a alien x and ill be set haha. seriously do it
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    thank you sir . think it's even simple enough for me to try . [bet i mess it up]

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    Great video!
    However, the vertical impact info in the video doesn't jibe with what is reported in OT2 and TAP. According to the video, I should have the same vertical impact at both 10 yards and 20 yards. In the video, a 1/2" low impact at 20 yards means my D loop is too high. According to both software programs, shooting spot on at 10 yards should yield a 3/4" drop in impact at 20 yards. So, who's right?
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    Very nice thanks .

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    Good stuff Shawn!!! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTU View Post
    Great video!
    However, the vertical impact info in the video doesn't jibe with what is reported in OT2 and TAP. According to the video, I should have the same vertical impact at both 10 yards and 20 yards. In the video, a 1/2" low impact at 20 yards means my D loop is too high. According to both software programs, shooting spot on at 10 yards should yield a 3/4" drop in impact at 20 yards. So, who's right?
    Guessing if you put the arrow speed above 300 it will get closer. I have never had a 10 yard mark not hit low at 20, but have never shot over 260-280 either.

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    should this method get you close to being papertuned

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