Not likely. See the trajectory data above for an arrow faster than yours. You may not realize it, but you're doing something to compensate in form or unconscious aiming if you are getting that little change in impact over that much distance.jpeteK30 said:my old PSE zeroed at 20 yds shoots about 1/2 inch high at 10 and almost flat at 30, i shoot 67lbs, 29 inch draw, 27 inch arrow, 268fps
Many things can cause one to think that their bow is shooting flatter then it is....emtguy said:I think im gona be called a tard BUT im shooting 1 pin 20 and 30 and you can hit the same spot from either distance...i use a red snuff can lid to practice with and ill drill it from 20 or 30....im shooting a bowtech alleg. with 71# 30 DL and 365 grain arrow...(arrow weight may vary, cant remeber if its 362 or 372 so i comprimised) 328 FPS before i decided to become a bow technician. now crackers got it.
i might be compensating without realizing it but i dont think so.