How do you position the arrow rest on compound bow?

May 19, 2010 by Bowhunter  
Filed under Compound Bow

whydotheystink asked:


Are there any methods to making sure the arrow rest is placed correctly so the arrow shoots straight out? other than paper tuning....

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4 Responses to “How do you position the arrow rest on compound bow?”
  1. Home Theater says:

    Sterling Silver Boxes

    You might tilt the bow a bit diagonal so it fits into that little corner

  2. Ear Ringing

    you should get yourself a bow square about $15 at a sporting goods store and that will get you close enough to hunt with ive never paper tuned my bows and ill shoot out to 50 yards with broadheads

  3. Nintendo DS

    You can do it yourself, but you have to get it just right. I would suggest taking it to a shop. A fraction of an inch off, could mean many inches down ranges.

    Good Luck

  4. Ear Ringing

    The easiest way to get the center-shot right is to nock an arrow and make sure your string is lined up with the string where it goes around the cams. Then look from behind the string to see if the string looks like it’s dead center on the arrow. Kind of hard to explain but I hope you understand.

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