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09-14-2009, 12:09 PM
i got a 2008 rytera bullet x and i just had to have new limbs put on and a qad drop away rest and i have to set the nock point at 1/2inch high to get this thing to paper tune it uced to paper shoot at 1/16 and now its 1/2 what could be the cause of this and is it ok to shoot it like this?:confused:
09-17-2009, 12:23 PM
Well something can't be right, 1/2" is little high. My Rytera was perfect at 3/16" At the risk of sounding stupid, how high is your nocking point in relation to the center of the burger hole? Also when I paper tune I like to get right up on the paper, only a few inches from my arrow tip at full draw. This does not give the fletchings any chance to correct the arrow flight. I'm using the Blazer vanes an I've found, at least out of my rigs, that if I'm not right up close it will look great through the paper even though I can visually see a little kick. Also what are your specs? Arrow spine, point weight, draw weight, and draw length.
09-17-2009, 12:24 PM
If you could post some pics that would help too. ;)
09-17-2009, 12:50 PM
Oh by the way there is no problem in shooting the bow like that. However I think you'll have some problems getting broadheads to fly good.
09-18-2009, 01:38 PM
well the bow is set at 70 lbs and its set to 29 inch draw length and the arrow are maxim weight forwerd 350 and are cut at 29 1/4 i shoot a 100 gr tip and from the berger hole im a 1/2inch high and when i paper tune im at about 6 ft from the paper and it shoots a 3 inch nock low rip unless i set the bow at 1/2 inch nock high
09-18-2009, 01:39 PM
i do shoot a sts string stop with a qda ultra rest with a string loop no press nock on the string
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