Hey everyine wsup. Got a ? I have a creed 28″ 60lber. On my 2 other mathews before the pins were just a slight to left of string when arrow was in line. I have a pic just to clear it up. Arrow is right at 13/16 from riser…exact 30″ ata. Cam time dead center. Anyone else with a creed notice this ? Shoots great also im lovin itdoes your broadheads hit where your field tips do , cause it seems like an out of tune issue to me. adjust arrow rest to fix, most mathews tune better at about 3/4″ instead of 13/16″how does it shoot through paperHavent had the time to even shoot my slick tricks yet. Also i have never paper tuned a bow of mine. Thx George
Joined: 4/22/2007The first thing you need to do is get your cock vane up using the QAD rest.
It is hitting it and throwing your arrow off. Then tune it.I will shoot bheads out to 30-40yds and see where they hit and go from thereOrginal question was …i was just wondering if anyone else who has the creed notice sights more to the left of string. Again thanks for some ideasBigrobc, While I don’t have a Creed, I do shoot a Z7Extreme and a Switchback. My Z7 displays the same characteristic excepting that it is nowhere as pronounced as what I see in your pic. On mine, the reference part of the pins are just barely left of the string. My bow will not place Slick Trick heads with anything but other Slick Tricks. They end up around 6″ to the right of f/p at 20 yards. My rest is also at 13/16″ as is yours. My plan is to get my tune straightened out now that I’m done deer hunting for the season.
One other change I have already made was that the arrows I was using were 55/75 Gold Tip Pro Hunters. Those are .400 spine and I should be shooting a .350 at least. Simply shooting the Tricks with my 75/97 Gold Tips moved the group left a considerable amount.JerryYes i just sold my z7x and the pins were just a tad to the left also. I also shoot the 7595 gold tip pro hunters and love them arrows. But like i said my field points fly awesome like darts. Just havent messed w the bheads yetfirst off, shoot it thru paper, .shoot cock vane up, and see what you see. if all specs are good, including idler lean and rest timing, my guess would be hand torque. it looks as though there has been contact on some of your vanes, from what I see in pics. check it out and let us know.black z7 magnum,tommy hogg,qad,b-stingers, vaportrail: blue smoke triumph,sword,hamskae,b-stingers:black creed,tommy hogg,qad,ktechi had a QAD rest on my sons bow, had to replace it no matter what i did it hit the fletching. im hoping once he gets a longer DL i can put it back on, the distance from his string to rest is only about 20″ . he is shooting a craze at 57 pound. i had to put a hostage arrow rest on so his arrow would stay on during draw and i do not like that type of rest.Check the 3rd Axis, what you have is common if the 3rd axis is off.
Location: wvWhy shoot cock vane up?its a fall away rest if ur arrows are hitting the rest it isn’t timed right
Why shoot cock vane up?its a fall away rest if ur arrows are hitting the rest it isn’t timed right
you are mostly right, not entirely. with tall stiff blazer vanes, some rest/riser configurations require special attention to vane orientation. that is not to say that it’s the only way to shoot it but, we have always had best results with the cock vane up, and that’s how QAD recommends it being shot. notice that in my post, correct timing is one of the points I mentioned as critical to good arrow flight.black z7 magnum,tommy hogg,qad,b-stingers, vaportrail: blue smoke triumph,sword,hamskae,b-stingers:black creed,tommy hogg,qad,ktech
Location: wvI understand exactly what ur saying 99,I’ve never dealt with a qad always used rip cord
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