I'm trying out a new Bowtech Captain (with a Sentinel on order). It is a lights out shooter! I can't believe the speed without any hand shock.
My problem is that I go straight from work to my indoor leagues so my bow has to sit in a cold Pennsylvania car all day. I swear that my bow shoots 3-4" high at 30 yards out of the box. So I adjust my sights. 10-targets in to an indoor 3D round, I'm shooting 5-yards off (low).
I have never had that much of an extreme before. Is that a new 'Center Pivot' or 'Parallel Limb' problem?