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Is it even possible to bare shaft tune a binary cam system, since there aren't any yokes to twist for left and right nock travel? I've been reading up on this Tuning method and every thing I read States to add/remove twists in yokes to fix left/right nock travel. That's not possible with my SHO, right? I did shoot a bareshaft from 10 yards today and the POI was an inch from my fletched arrow. The nock was low, but I read to ignore the nock position and only care about the POI.

I'm here to learn, so any advice tips, please tell me. Thanks
 

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Really about all you can do is adjust the point of impact by either moving the rest, adjusting the draw length, or playing with arrow spine.
 

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Bareshaft tuning is extremely picky about your grip and bow torque. Make sure you shoot a few arrows and base your adjustments in the average bit just a single shot.
 
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