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Walk back tuning #7247138
08/06/18 07:35 PM
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From what I've read. For a left-handed bow, the adjustments will be opposite. Is this correct? So for a drift right, I'll move my rest right, away from the riser. If it's because my arrows are underspined, can I just decrease draw weight? Thanks

Re: Walk back tuning [Re: magspa] #7252112
08/11/18 01:52 PM
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I've tried the walk back tune method but never had as good results as what they say. I believe bare shaft paper tuning yields the best results.
That said I will give you the advice I gave young mechanics. Go one way. If that does not yield the results you wanted, go the other way.😉


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