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hokiehunter - I believe you will find the information you are looking for using the address below. I would paper tune before any thing else. If the arrows are not leaving the bow correctly a lot of other problems will likely show up. Good groups are what we all want but if the arrows are not all striking the target in alignment (at all ranges) penetration suffers. Without proper penetration clean kills are hard to come by.

Take your time and don't be satisfied with anything less than a properly tuned bow. If the arrows are not leaving the bow correctly, you will be in for a real challenge when its time to shoot broadheads.

Learn to properly tune your bow and you will be a better archer for it.


http://www.eastonarchery.com/news/tuningGuide/complete_tuning_guide.pdf

Good luck.
 

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Great! I'm glad it's coming together for you.

I found the best way to approach this tuning thing is to have the right attitude. Look at it like a learning experience that can be rewarding and fun. Don't be afraid to try different things. When stumped, check with your local pro shop, here on archerytalk and don't overlook Bowsite's web site. A lot of knowledgeable folks willing to help.

Good luck.
 
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