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#6910958 - 10/06/17 08:56 AM arrow left to right with increased yardage
varnoldi13 Offline
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Registered: 12/03/09
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Loc: Watauga, TX
I've noticed from 10/15 yards my arrow strikes to the left of target by 1-2" , 20 yards arrow is dead on and at 30 yards arrow is to the right of the target 2-3". Where would you start with tuning ?? arrow rest?

also from 10 to 20 yards using the same pin there is about a 2 1/2" difference . From most of the info I've gathered there should be little to no difference with these two yardages.
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#6910983 - 10/06/17 09:12 AM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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You need to paper tune your bow sir.

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#6911046 - 10/06/17 10:05 AM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
kmon1 Offline
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Paper tune, French Tune or walk back tune will all get you there. You will correct it with the rest but need to know which way. Make small corrections at a time.

Cam lean can also play a part in this but need a press and know how to do it. Take it to a shop for this to be corrected.
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#6911380 - 10/06/17 02:42 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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Registered: 08/13/15
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If you're in Watauga, take it to Cinnamon Creek Ranch and have it tuned. They'll get u dialed in to insure your arrow is traveling directly in line with your string path vs. left/right flight path and insure your arrow is leaving the rest on a level angle vs. up/downward path. They'll then align your sight to any L/R adjustments made to the rest. You should be very close with no more than a slight up/down adjustment to your sight, depending whether or not they had to make a nock/rest adjustment. I suspect it's a very minimal charge. May as well have them look at you with it at full draw and make sure you don't need any draw length / peep sight adjustments to boot.

Edit: Just called and full paper tune is $65


Edited by soonersorlaters (10/06/17 02:51 PM)

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#6911572 - 10/06/17 05:57 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
varnoldi13 Offline
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I just left there. They did a quick arrow rest adjustment while I was there getting arrows. Every thing seems happy again !!
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#6911593 - 10/06/17 06:30 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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Now mark the arrow rest with whiteout or light colored shrarpie so you can see if it moves again
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#6911667 - 10/06/17 07:48 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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Originally Posted By: varnoldi13
I just left there. They did a quick arrow rest adjustment while I was there getting arrows. Every thing seems happy again !!

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#6911668 - 10/06/17 07:49 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: kmon1]
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Originally Posted By: kmon1
Now mark the arrow rest with whiteout or light colored shrarpie so you can see if it moves again



^^^^^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^^^^

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#6911767 - 10/06/17 09:24 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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CCR does good work.
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#6911930 - 10/07/17 05:51 AM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: passthru]
varnoldi13 Offline
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Originally Posted By: passthru
CCR does good work.


Agreed , their my go to for work and supplies
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#6912176 - 10/07/17 11:56 AM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: varnoldi13]
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Just wish they were better set up for traditional archers but I understand that is a small percentage of archers.
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#6912220 - 10/07/17 12:33 PM Re: arrow left to right with increased yardage [Re: passthru]
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Originally Posted By: passthru
Just wish they were better set up for traditional archers but I understand that is a small percentage of archers.


Not many places I have found are setup for Traditional shooters. Lots of places sell a few bows but few have traditional shooters even working there.
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