Tuned? it was assembled at the shop and adjusted accordingly to my measurements. Draw length is 29" draw weight is 64# arrows are 29" and the shops brand but they are carbon with blazer veins the tips are 92 grains
Do you have the manual that came with the bow? If not get online and find out where the centershot (Where the rest sits horizontally on the bow) starting location should be.
Set that and then shoot at very short distance, like 10 yards. When eyeballing the centershot I have normally found that the arrow shaft points straight forward, not pointing right or left. But this is only a starting point.
Remember that if you move the rest left the arrow will impact more to the left. If the arrow is hitting the target to the left move the sight to the left and visa-versa. If you are hitting low move the sight down.
I do not have confidence in how you described how the bow was tuned, "...accordingly to my measurements."
Did you draw the bow when they were setting the bow up? If you will take a picture of you holding the bow at full draw with an arrow nocked and the arrow being level, we can look at the pic and give you more info on your draw length. The pic needs to show the bow (with arrow nocked and level) and your draw arm/elbow and from head to toe.
It appears that you are a new shooter. There is a lot to learn. There are a lot of good people on here that are willing to help.
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