Guys, I need a bit of advice or opinions on something that is affecting my shooting.I am right handed, shoot a bow that I can easily shoot, and hold at draw, it is a 1yr old Ross Cardiac bow (got it new last year). Started noticing that even though it has been paper tuned, sighted in properly, etc... I began to shoot arrows to the left of my sight picture. Like 3-4 inches to the left. Okay, checked everything... re-sighted my bow. Still I continue to do the same thing. I believe it must be something to do with my form or grip. I have no idea how to post photos.*** I shoot tight groups,(arrows touching quite often) but left of where sight picture is which is really frustrating!)
Last night I did take the time to pay close attention to the level(bubble) inside my sight. To get it level, I had to kind of lean my body a bit to the left, which seemed like my bow was cock-eyed. Yet when I shot when the sight was level, arrows went exactly where pin was. Now I can make sure I check my bubble(level) but I just wanted to know if anyone has any ideas on what I am doing to torque my bow and send my arrows consistently to the left. Thanks ahead of time.