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    Default bow tuning

    Any good recomendations for a bow tuning book or web-link for the do-it-yourself type looking to learn more about tuning my bow?

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    Default Bow Tuning

    Do a web search for paper tuning a bow. I live in North Pole, would be happy to help if you are close. Here is a few links I found. Here is a couple bucks I shot with my Mathews Q2 while I lived in Texas, killed on public land.
    http://www.strictlybowhunting.com/An..._tuning_TB.htm
    http://www.pabucks.com/paper_tuning_your_bow.html


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    Useful links for tuning.

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    Just how does STID manage to turn a bowtuning thread into a whitetail envy thread?!

    NICE!

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    Default is there any mods...

    that can post a nice stickey with links to bow tuning guides, please? I remember the Mathews Inc. Forum one, & would love to try that out...

    I shot my bow today, & was hittin' consistantly high & to the left aimin' at the center on my target, 20 yrds away. I'd adjust my aimin' point to the lower right, & my arrows with practice heads would hit near center. Satisfied, I backed away 20 more yards, & lost two arrows, one low, & the other high & to the left, aimin' again lower right. Note to self, back stops are priceless!

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