I recently switched to gap from instinctive shooting. I mainly shoot 3D and recreationally. My point on distance is about 35 yards, which is giving me a gap of 12-14 inches low when I'm shooting in 15-25 yard range that most 3D targets seem to be. This makes it tough to be as consistent as I could be, since that is off most animals bodies, somewhere below it. The worst is when it is a laying target, because then I have to aim at a point on the ground, which is closer to me than the target is. Not sure how to deal with it, but I know that I'm not shooting many 35 yard targets at most 3D shoots. Is it worth adjusting tip weight and possibly my anchor point to get a closer point on distance to help with this?