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    any help on this come on

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    You've been told by me and several others how to take care of several issues you are having but you don't seem to want to take our advice.
    A little common sense goes a long way, unfortunately it's in short supply!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJunior View Post
    You've been told by me and several others how to take care of several issues you are having but you don't seem to want to take our advice.
    i have taken your advice and now my peep it 11 inches above my nock that not normal

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    Your right that's not normal because that would put your peep almost to your idler wheel.

    How bout posting some pics????
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsam402 View Post
    i have taken your advice and now my peep it 11 inches above my nock that not normal
    In all the bows I have ever tuned in my shop. The peep is usually 5 to 6.5 inches above the center of the arrow nocking point. The easiest way to put your peep in the proper location is. Close your eyes draw your bow back and anchor correctly. Open your eye and if you cannot see immediately through your peep it needs to be put in the correct location.


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    I'd like to see where your anchor point is. A high anchor point will cause your sight to be low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJunior View Post
    I'd like to see where your anchor point is. A high anchor point will cause your sight to be low.
    Good point!
    If you post a pic of you drawing your bow in a safe direction. We can help you solve all these issues you are having so you can enjoy the bow.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SJunior View Post
    I'd like to see where your anchor point is. A high anchor point will cause your sight to be low.
    He says " lower knuckle behind ear lobe".... Don't know about you, but thats hard for me to visulize. Still need to see a photo of him at full draw.
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    I can see it have had to help a few others get away from that type of anchor pt sorry sam but you going to just have to lower that anchor.pt.. opps posted befor i was done...
    Just checked my peeps and I can say one is 6" from nock center pt and the onther is 6.5 because i use a BT release on thet bow hand to raise peep up .5 so i could see... 11" dont think so.bud Im 6' 4" so try 6" or do as sujested draw your bow to a new comfortable anchor pt and have some one mark the spot for the peep ????? its realy a simple problum...I did both mine alone....just saying
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    In all the bows I have ever tuned in my shop. The peep is usually 5 to 6.5 inches above the center of the arrow nocking point. The easiest way to put your peep in the proper location is. Close your eyes draw your bow back and anchor correctly. Open your eye and if you cannot see immediately through your peep it needs to be put in the correct location.


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    Bingo!. Like hutch stated above. Have someone watch you so you don't aim in a unsafe direction. Safely nock an arrow close your eyes and set your anchor while your eye's are closed. When your anchor feels right ( Assuming you have a proper anchor ) open your eyes and see where your peep is located and if you can properly see through it. On a new rig, besides the peep. I never put anything else on until I have shot at least 100 times. I do set my 20 yard pin. After I've shot about 100 arrows, That when I start serving in any stuff on the string. I wanna make sure that any creep is out of the string. I think it's waste of time sighting in a new bow when the strings need to stretch. My .2 cents.

    Do you have access to a Computer that can download PDF?. You really need to download nuts and Bolts Book. It's free and it has a lot pictures to help. It would answer all the Questions you've posted on here.
    Last edited by Double S; 11-20-2011 at 06:58 AM.

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