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Geez… and I was looking at buying this sight and you guys are making me second guess that decision.
 

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I internally debated posting this but maybe someone will have a solution.
With a standard Axcel scope and barrel the vibe was noticeably less than with a UV3 and barrel. The UV almost seems to amplify the resignation.


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Did you tighten these two little bitty screws? Seems like I heard they have to be tightened exactly the same on both sides. The two right above my thumb.


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Thanks for the idea Joe, those are the two screws I haven’t checked yet. Hoping this is the cause, taking it into the pro shop Monday to get it checked out
 

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Buzzing can usually be tracked down and fixed, but some individual bows do vibrate more than other identical bows. I read somewhere that it can be down to how accurately the axle holes are drilled through the limbs. If a bow vibrates, take everything off except D loop and go from there to track down the culprit. I have two TRX40s set up the same in terms of poundage, DL etc. Both are dead bare bow. One vibrates a lot more than the other with an identical stabiliser and sight set up. Go figure.
 

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Buzzing can usually be tracked down and fixed, but some individual bows do vibrate more than other identical bows. I read somewhere that it can be down to how accurately the axle holes are drilled through the limbs. If a bow vibrates, take everything off except D loop and go from there to track down the culprit. I have two TRX40s set up the same in terms of poundage, DL etc. Both are dead bare bow. One vibrates a lot more than the other with an identical stabiliser and sight set up. Go figure.
Finally, someone that knows what I'm taking about.

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Did you tighten these two little bitty screws? Seems like I heard they have to be tightened exactly the same on both sides. The two right above my thumb.


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I wish I could like this post 100x. My accutouch was vibrating, so I did a search here and found this thread. I didn’t even know these screws were on the sight because they are fairly well hidden on the accustom hole. One of these little screws was not tightened much. I had to completely loosen my third axis adjustment and remove it all where it attaches at the third axis adjustment to reach these guys, but the second I tightened these the little bit of slop and vibration went away. I love the sight, so I’m happy to have it vibration and rattle free.
 

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I wish I could like this post 100x. My accutouch was vibrating, so I did a search here and found this thread. I didn’t even know these screws were on the sight because they are fairly well hidden on the accustom hole. One of these little screws was not tightened much. I had to completely loosen my third axis adjustment and remove it all where it attaches at the third axis adjustment to reach these guys, but the second I tightened these the little bit of slop and vibration went away. I love the sight, so I’m happy to have it vibration and rattle free.
The Accutouch is notorious for that and can be a real pain. I have had zero issues with my Landslyde.
 
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