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Ok here we go!

I was shooting my field points dead on at 20 30 so on, right.
Then I put the magnus bullhead on and shot way down and left.
So i tunned with a regular BH and moved the rest accordingly.
Now my field point and my BH hit the same spot all the time to the right and high every time.
Do i still need to move my rest or, do i move it all with my sight now.

I would think i would move the sight now but i need help to make sure.
 

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If both are hitting in the same spot then adjust sights.
 

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Ditto
The first step in BH tuning is to get the FPs and BHs to the same point of impact (POI)...the next step is to move only your sight to adjust to the desired POI.
 

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Thanks Doc..

I got the BH thread you put up before deer season and that is what helped a lot.

good man
 

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Thanks Doc..

I got the BH thread you put up before deer season and that is what helped a lot.

good man
Glad to hear it:thumb:
 

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Ok here we go!

I was shooting my field points dead on at 20 30 so on, right.
Then I put the magnus bullhead on and shot way down and left.
So i tunned with a regular BH and moved the rest accordingly.
Now my field point and my BH hit the same spot all the time to the right and high every time.
How is this possible? Moving the rest will bring the BH to the right...and then the FP will be worse. I am confused.

I have BH arrows planing...not just hitting left, they are curving left but yet my FP are hitting great. If I go monkeying with my rest, it screws up my FP POI. If I correct one problem, it causes another problem. Which why I am tempted to throw 2 dozen BH in the trash and buy more mechanicals.
 
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