I have an Anarch HC 2014. I recently had a go tuning this thing. It's my first compound. So all is very new to me. I made a Bar Clamp Press that works very well for string changes and such. If ever I need to completely disassemble the bow I fear there won't be enough travel in my makeshift press. So far that has not been an issue. I have been reading Nuts and Bolts. I have arrow rest and nock height set such that the arrow is square to the string. Both cam draw stops touch at the same time. Now here is where it gets a bit funky. In order to get a bareshaft flying straight I had to adjust the limb bolts. Adjusting the limb bolts was the only way I could get a straight bareshaft arrow flight while keeping the timing in sync. Nuts and Bolts talks about this as one of the methods of achieving upper and lower limbs to balance their work load. So I got the bareshafts to fly and land right. Thing is is the upper limb bolt is bottomed out while the lower limb bolt is out about three turns. The bow is shooting better than it ever has. It just looks a little odd. What do y'all think? Am I missing something? Has anyone else experienced this?
Someone is sure ask about draw weight, length, arrow spine etc.
-Draw weight 48 lbs
-Draw length 28 inches
-arrows are Carbon Express Blue Streak 150, cut to 29-3/4"
-tips weigh 50gr. So total arrow weight is 285gr.