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I am perpexed.
My new ProTec (C.5/ 2000 Limbs) groups with the scope aiming mark about 1/8" to the left of centre of the arrow line on the rest.
I have previously owned PSE's & a Merlin Max & they have all lined up with arrow / wheels /aiming mark all in line.
What the ?
Can anyone offer any explanation ?
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Cable guard torque.
 

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I have the same thing on my bow, and in the past I have found it to usually be one of three things, or a combination of them.

1. Draw length is too long
2. Arrows are underspined
3. Grip torque

Two of the three problems were from me and not the bow. However, the important question is how well does the bow tune and group for you? If you are getting solid arrow flight and grouping good, then I wouldn't sweat the sight being over. But if the bow isn't shooting good then you need to change something. Hope that helps some. ;)
 

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Try This

Set your aimming dot in you scope over the center of you arrow.
Ajust the draw weight up or down until the arrow hits the center
of your target. Sometimes this works if the arrow spine is the problem!
 

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What Ian said.

Its the torque from the cable guard. I have had several Hoyts, and they all did the same thing until I got my new Ultra-tec, I dosen't. Range Rat
 

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Many thanks.
Why should your UltraTec not have the same alignment as my ProTec ?
Strange how none of my PSE's ever had this situation.
It is a mystery.
Not incorrect or centreshot then ?:)
 
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