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    Default So I got my Z back and am in the process of...

    Tuning it for hunting. I was having tons of trouble getting solid arrow flight. its a 60 lber and am shooting 29 in draw with 28.5 in 350 arrows. I struggled for more then a few days. but after many stressful evenings of shooting and banging my head on the wall so to speak. I found the trick to my Z I have to be pulled hard on the wall no creep or arrow flight sucks.. Pull hard to the wall aim and watch the myisical flight of the arrow. Anyone want to comment on there experience with the rytera's and the wall???

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    Just to say that I'm glad you got your bow's preference figured out, reminds me of figuering out what load a rifle like to shoot. Although it does sound as if you have a very short valley, any creep and the bow's not shooting at peak preformance levels. Any way you could increase your valley?
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