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It's just physics.

The farther back they are the more leverage they will have to "steer" the arrow. The farther forward they are the higher your FOC will be. If they are too far back, they can come in contact with your bowstring, or hand, or face, and throw off the flight by not getting a clean exit as you fire the bow. I like 'em as far back in the clamp as they will go, to get the most steerage, but don't waste a ton of sleep over it either way.
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