May not be the right forum, but thought I'd start here. Just got a new Sabo Gen2 sight and am having trouble with the initial calibration of the vertical "V" on the top of the sight. I'm primarily barebow, but like the idea of this sight for not needing a peep for longer outdoor shoots (30 yd plus) in the Limited class fingers. Shooting a 2013 Hoyt Tribute at #40. The problem is trying to do the initial sight-in of the top "V"; I can't get enough adjustment to move the arrow up from about 18" below the center of the target at 20 yds. I have tried changing the nock point within reason and moved my anchor down a bit (hate to do that as to corrupt my barebow stance), but can't seem to get the arrow to go any higher when aimed at the bulls eye. It seems that if I can get the initial setting correct, setting dots for longer yardages should be relatively easy. The only thing I can think to try is to set it at 10 yards, but I'm not sure there is even adjustment enough for that, or how accurate that setting would be when applied out to 60 yards. If it matters, my 2014 Maitland XFactor has the same issue, but I'm not about to mess with it because it shoots too well barebow to tinker with. Any help appreciated.