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    What is your Tuning method?

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    Hutch Admin
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    What is your Tuning method?

    Post by Hutch Admin on Wed Mar 09, 2016 3:37 pm

    Looking to see what you guys do for tuning?




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    Re: What is your Tuning method?

    Post by Tfox on Thu Mar 10, 2016 7:39 pm

    Measure center to 13/16". Shoot through paper and adjust cam lean via yikes to clean up paper tear. Move to modified french tune and recheck paper. Readjust if necessary. Work back and forth until perfect.
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    Re: What is your Tuning method?

    Post by Arrow Splitter on Thu Mar 10, 2016 8:00 pm

    Tfox wrote:Measure center to 13/16". Shoot through paper and adjust cam lean via yikes to clean up paper tear. Move to modified french tune and recheck paper. Readjust if necessary. Work back and forth until perfect.
    That's about identical to the way I do it. I've tried other methods, but that's the one for me.

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    Re: What is your Tuning method?

    Post by Yeager44 on Thu Mar 10, 2016 8:28 pm

    I usually check the timing first thing then set my center shot and nock height.. Then move to paper and make my needed adjustments here. Next I use the French tuning method to get the best center shot I can out to 60 yards or so. This can be a lengthy process as most guys know so I believe fatigue plays a factor so a little rest after shooting paper for best results!!

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    Re: What is your Tuning method?

    Post by Mark T on Sat Mar 12, 2016 8:12 pm

    Check for cam lean and timing using draw board, center shoot rest with a start point of around 13/16, time rest drop, level arrow with rest/D loop, paper tune using yokes. Modified French tune to finalize. tuning.

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