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To properly setup a sight, it must be square to all three axis in order for it to be accurate. In a 3 dimensional world, there are three axis, commonly referred to as the X, Y, & Z axises.
The 1st Axis is the face of the scope/sighthead in reference to the sight target line. Fixed sightheads are factory installed to be square, so there isn't anything to adjust. However, using a scope that mounts onto a sight, like the Sure-Loc, etc. , the bow should be plumbed and the scope head 1st Axis squared. The 2nd Axis places the scope/sighthead level in reference to the sight-target line. The 3rd Axis places the scope/sight head square to the sight-target line under full draw conditions. Because the riser twists/torques due to bow hand pressure and cable guard pressure, etc., this adjustment is best done by the individual archer, under full draw conditions. For a RH shooter, with the bow at brace, the sight head normally will be slightly turned toward the shooter. With the sight squared in all three axis, under full draw conditions, the sight bubble will remain centered regardless of shot angle, as long as the bow is held plumb and bow hand pressure is consistent. ... hope this makes sense and helps.
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