I just picked up an EZ7 and was messing around with it…. My question comes from the fact that it shot a pretty vicious nock low tear. So much so that I had to raise the d-loop to the point that the arrow was way out of perpendicular with the string. Is this normal? Is there a way to address the issue to get the arrow/string closer to perpendicular with each other?
I raised my d-loop to the point that the arrow was a fat 1/4″ nock high of perpendicular to the string (the arrow in line with the center of the burger hole). That seemed to work out fairly well. So that much beyond perpendicular to the string is not atypical? If so, okey dokey
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