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I just put a trophy taker on my ovation and to get it to paper tune and bare shaft tune I have the knock 1/4 inch above 90%
does this norm for a drop away rest,with my bodoodle rest I was right at 90%
I am shooting cae 60-75 [email protected] at 70lbs 4inch vanes 100grn tip 30inch draw length,scott mongoose release off the string.
 

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I have found that when you set up with a release below the nock it does tend to set the nocking point a little higher than 90 degrees. A d-loop will help take it down a little more level. The important part is that the arrows do tune and fly well.
 

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I agree

Mine are usaully 1/8" high off 90 degrees.

Depending on when you set the arm to drop will efeect nocking point.

Like for my arm to raise in the last 1 to 1 1/2" of draw.
 
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