Don't get confused between "setup" and "tuning".My paper tune is dead nuts but its a little more than a 1/8 inch off of center shot what do I do
I agree here. To me "center shot" is the location of the rest that yields the best arrow flight, not necessarily perfectly lined up with the string. When I get bullet holes from all distances and broadheads hitting with field points, then I have found that bows "center shot". Also, depending on the cam system of the bow, the "center shot" can be made different by twisting yokes etc.Don't get confused between "setup" and "tuning".
Setup is the process of bring the bow into specs for ATA/BH/Timing/Centershot. Tuning is minor modifications to the setup, that adapt the arrow dynamic properties to your rest, grip, etc. so things fly well. Of the six bows I shoot regularly, only one appears to be on the money for centershot, four are inside of center, one outside. They will all plant a fixed blade head to the same POI as a FP.