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Yes, it does vary from person to person. Measure from the center of the nock to the center of the eye at full draw and this will be your peep height (parallax). You will need someone to do this for you. If you anchor with the indent of the first and second knuckles on the jaw or with the "V" of the web formed between the thumb and index finger at the point of the jaw, then for the average person the peep position at full draw will be about 3.75" above the centerline of the arrow. When measured on the string at brace, the height above the nock point will be 3.75" divided by the sine of the string angle. Example: Creed string angle 34º, divide 3.75" by .559 = 6.7"
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