June 18th, 2014, 02:08 AM
Tiller tuning for 3 under
I was playing around with the Martin today and noticed that I got better arrow flight when I weakened the upper limb. I went a half turn out on the top and then another half turn for 1 full turn out on the upper limb bolt.
Is there a good rule of thumb for these bows and tuning for the best possible arrow flight?
In the morning I awake, pick up my bow,and see if I can find my shot
June 18th, 2014, 08:44 AM
What ever works best for you is the best way to go.Beca of not having my index finger I have to set my tiller up like I have a crawl, all the pressure on my string is about 1.5 inches below the arrow.
I have a good 1/8" gap in the string on the top instead of the bottom.
I shoot for...Gator Vanes
Deer Crossing Archery-Target Shafts
-Specialty Archery-Timberdoodle ll
-Bow String Depot
I shoot these bows...Martin SepterV,Shadowcat
I shoot bowhunter-not barebow..non-sights and fingers.