Does it matter for walk back tuning if it is done on the shorter distances or if it is done at the longer, say 30,40,50,60 yards? Does it give the same result? I will be working on this over the weekend to get ready for 3d and want to make sure I can get it as good as I can.
I’m a novice and have been struggling with getting my bow to shoot straight. Tried paper tuning. Took it to someone who was supposed to know what was up. Moved my pins, moved the rest, mostly guessing. Not surprising, I never got any consistency. I just blamed my “short riser” Black Max II. Then I read this “walk back” method, went home, followed the directions and, I kid you not, I am hitting where I am aiming.
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