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    Field's thread on setting the d loop so as not to have the loop look high or low but rather look like "<" has been resurrected on AT. I'd post the thread but I'm not that good at such high tech stuff.

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    Place point on title and right click -should get list of.... click copy shortcut.

    Seen the Post before and in a way it does make sense. I must get lucky as my loops all show >. Tom can be be quite the Whiz when setting up bows. I know, I've seen the results. Which reminds me. I've got to kick his butt. Yeah, he sets up CS's Merlin bow and CS used it to shoot a 299 in the last league shoot to tie me for 2nd place.

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    Well this thread was revived at a great time for me. I finally decided I needed to see where my broad heads were hitting, so I started out with my field points and my broad heads were low right. So I moved the rest to the left and my left to right was perfect. I am now hitting about an inch low from the field points, which according to the Easton tuning guide, I need to lower my nock point. Now after reading this article, my d loop is pulled to the top which according to the article, means I need to lower my nock point. Now I need help with figuring out how to get these stupid brass nock points off my string. Any tips?
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