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  1. General Archery Discussion
    What’s a good measurement starting point to put the top of your bottom nocking point at? I have a Easton T bow square
  2. Hoyt Technical Forum
    On my Hoyt RX 4 Ultra, the center of my string is about 1/4" lower than the center of the Berger hole. Have any of you experimented with nocking in the center of the string? If so, what were the results on tuning? I'm thinking of experimenting with it, but was wondering if anyone else have...
  3. General Archery Discussion
    This is my first draw length adjustable bow the Bear Atttitude. I was wondering if I have to change the nocking point or sight peep when I change the draw length? My instincts tell me that it shouldn't matter but my measured draw length isn't coming out with where my anchor point should be.
  4. Tom Turgeon - Q&A Bow Building Forum
    Positioning the arrow rest and string nocking point: Generally speaking the arrow rest will be 90 degrees off the string and 1.5" from the center of your bow's handle*. 1. While it is strung, hold the bow as if you are about to shoot it. Feel for the most comfortable position for your hand...
  5. General Archery Discussion
    Okay I've been watching some YouTube videos lately to learn how others do things and I'm a little confused. I see a lot of people setup their bows by starting with the d-loop first then install the rest then peep and finally the kisser button. I was under the impression that you do the rest...
  6. Traditional Archery
    I am right-handed, shooting 3-under. I use tied-on nocking points. They are oriented with the center servings, so that they screw clockwise to move up the string, and counterclockwise to go down the string. A problem I continually have is that my tab will start to unscrew the lower nocking point...
  7. Traditional Archery
    Hey guys, I'm fairly new to traditional archery (2 years) so bare with me. I am tuning my 45lbs hoyt buffalo and shooting off the shelf with 3 fingers under. Currently I have a positive tiller on the top limb of 3/16". The bottom of my arrow shaft sits 7/8" higher than square. I had to go that...
  8. Bow Tuning
    My setup: Hoyt Ultratec XT2000VC 2001 or 2002 Model (single cam, but it has seperate buss and control cables... is there any other cams that do this? Its a Versacam) pg 18-20 shows the versa cam http://www.hoyt.com/assets/downloads/manuals/2002_Compound_Manual.pdf 65% letoff Draw weight...
  9. General Archery Discussion
    im currently using the catfish style loop with a tied in nock set, in the past ive always just had a dloop and used that for my nocking point. i shoot a 2011 z7 28.5 dl at 60lb with a 27"arrow. what i want to know is opinions on what all you guys think is the most ACCURATE type of string release...
  10. Bowfishing
    Hi guys, Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I'm new to bowfishing, and I couldn't seem to find an answer on the internet. Guess I wasn't looking in the right places. I just bought the AMS retriever (original) along with the AMS mount adapter so I don't have to drill any holes in my recurve...
  11. Bow Tuning
    just bought one at 119 bucks , hasnt came in yet , its a lazer tuning tool to get your center shot for ur rest, has anyone used one and swear on them or will i still have to paper tune on my center shot? new to tuning,and archery talk, thanks maxxis 31, 80lbs, 25.5 draw
  12. General Archery Discussion
    Well, I have purchased a longbow and was wondering where to start for a nocking point. I heard it should be a half inch above the riser? Any help would be appreciated.
  13. Bow Tuning
    Does anyone know what how to correctly time the two cams on a 2009 X-Force Dream Season, the one with the horse shoe shaped cams? Ive heard two opposing ways to time them from PSE technical help. One said to leave a 1/8" gap between the end of the module and the string at the same time the other...
  14. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    how do you setup inside your D-loop on your hunting rig? 2 nocking points tied up and under and then a D rap around a single bead nock below nocking point inside your loop heavier/longer serving below and lighter above nocking point only d-loop and no tying inside 2 beads under one over or any...
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