So, I've been doing ALOT of research before I got my bow, and EVEN MORE since I've received mine. One of the things I really got interested in was applying a "D" loop to my string. Now, I was set up with a brass knock, but I noticed that the serving started to become undone where the release was being applied. No big deal, but I want to make sure I salvage what I have of course. So I went online, and did some investigating on the "D" loop in relation to the knocking point and anchor, but I could not find any, or I'm at least having a little trouble finding it.
Well Regardless I applied the "D" loop to my bow, and shot it this morning. I noticed I was shooting high, but consistently. So, I adjusted my sights and it was okay again. But, once the string stretched out a bit, my shots became a wee bit high and to the left. (I am LH BTW). So, obviously this affects my draw length, but since the "D" loop is right behind the knock, does this change my anchor point? ( Side note: I am still able to fully draw the length till I hit the back wall.)
What I've done this morning after my shooting session in the back yard was tightened up my "D" loop even more closer to the string. I did about 5 draws back with my release hooked to it so the string will stretch to the new shorted, more tighter fit I gave it. My anchor point feels normal again. However, I haven't shot since. I'll find out tomorrow morning.
Would like some feedback though, please! And, Thank You!
I am a novice, now shooting for 1 week now . I am undoubtedly addicted to this sport, so much so I have have stopped smoking cigarettes for the same amount of time. Who knew the cure would be archery. One would have thought that being a runner and a hiker would have been done the trick, but after all these years......