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    Default Quick Tune.

    Thought I would post this link on here to a 'Quick Tune' video by Shawn Hatem.
    It may help alot of new people get their bows set up and kind of understand a bit about the mechanics of tuning.
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1402113

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    Thought I would post this link on here to a 'Quick Tune' video by Shawn Hatem.
    It may help alot of new people get their bows set up and kind of understand a bit about the mechanics of tuning.
    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1402113
    That is a nice way to do your tuning.

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    Clever and simple method, should help a lot of people. Nice one Scott.

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    Default Quick Tune.

    Well, I may have learned something, but then I use two sheets and use both the verticle and horizontal lines on each sheet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Well, I may have learned something, but then I use two sheets and use both the verticle and horizontal lines on each sheet.
    Same here Sonny, I use both vertical and horizontal. Both ways work well, but I prefer to use both vertical and horizontal for tuning. My son's bow gave us a run for our money in tuning. So I broke out the lines and after a short period of time he had it perfectly shooting. I love to go back to the basics in tuning, seem to me they always work.

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    I usually do it like you guys too, big cross on the paper, but I did my last one with just the horizontal line first then the vertical and it seemed to go smoother.
    I think it just made me concentrate on one plane at a time without any distraction so I had fewer 'flyers' and it went much faster.

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    Thumbs up rh stage 2

    pretty kwel i am sending my bow to that dude tonight, cant wait to get it back lol!!!!!!!!!!

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