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[quote=602414]To start I am just getting back into shooting. Found out that I needed a 32in dl to properly shoot compounds. So I picked up a monster mr8 I have the dl set to 31.5 and draw weight set at 65lb. I have the mathews qad rest and axcel vision sight, and carbon express Maxima hunters 450.The problem I am having is with paper tuning and arrow flight. When I try to paper tune I have a 4in tear nock right when set at 13/16 for center shot. to get the tear under a inch I am far left to the point where when I walk back point of impact walk left and by 30yards it’s off the target. I have tried to walk back tune and then paper tune but still get a 4in tear center shot seems fine at 13/16 when doing the walk back. I have been searching the forms for some kind of answer with no luck. Dealer says over spiend that I need the 350 hunters everyone else says I have the right arrows. Another idea someone had was the rest so I ordered a smack down pro.then today someone else said that because of my dl I would not be able to tune a drop away rest that I needed a full containment rest like a whisker biscuit. So I could really use some help so I am not just throwing money out trying to tune this bow[/quote] Take a look at this post. http://mathewsinc.com/forums-home/topic/monster-restringing-w-8190x/#post-539383 Brian tore his down and put new cables and strings on his Monster. Then he retuned it. I'm not sure how you determined you needed a 32"DL -- but I can tell you that having a bow that doesn't fit you in a primary cause in creating form issues -- which include torquing the bow. Torquing the bow can in turn manifest itself in being unable to get a paper tune. The other thing that doesn't sound quite right is the concept that the ability to tune a drop away rest is somehow related to the bow's DL. Search on the forum for posts by GJARCHER If I remember correctly, he has addressed issues with drop away rest that are tied into the cables with the AVS cam system.
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