I have my bow tuned in to where I can shoot my broadheads (Muzzys) to hit about an inch or 2 left of my field points. It seems I can't get them any better than that. When I first started my broadheads were hitting 4inch to the left and 4 inch low from my field point. I adjusted my dropaway rest and have my vertical good but still a little to the left. I adjusted it about 2 marks (5 different times going a little each time) and I still shoot just an inch or 2 to the left. I have 5 arrows loaded with broadheads and they shoot extactly the same each time. I spun tested them on a table top with the point down and I seen no wobble whatsoever. I shot 20, 30, 40yards and my broadheads and field points seem to land centered of my target but the broadheads are just a little to the left. Now As far as human error yea there may be some, but I've shot and shot and shot and this is consistently the same. @ 30yrds I can group my field points within 3" consistently and my broadheads just off to the left.
Any suggestions? I want them spot on, but apparently this isn't possible?? I've also moved the rest a little farther but then my center shot is out of whack.
I'm shootin a Bowtech Assassain 68lbs with a QAD Dropaway rest and 28" Easton Flatline 340's.