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At this point, I would analyze the nock height versus the centershot. These two settings are like a "push-pull" adjustment, in that if the nock height is too high it can be compensated by a centershot that is out too far, and for a centershot in too far the nock height can compensate by being set lower. These conditions can produce bullet holes in paper, but not good groups (see Easton Arrow Tuning and Maintenance Guide, page 9
Good Arrow Flight-Poor Group)
What is the nock height? Using a bow square and with the QAD launcher full up measure the height the nock point is above perpendicular.
What is the centershot? Using a ruler, measure the distance from the rest mount hole to the centerline of the arrow with the launcher full up.
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