I made a couple of assumptions to come up with my answer.
1. Your arrow rest is 3 ft from the ground and I did not change that from 20 to 51.5 yards even though the incline likely changes that distance.
2. Your uphill incline is not steep.
If you are familiar with trig you can use the pythagorean theorem to figure out how far the arrow actually flies to hit the target. I won't go into all the detail but you are shooting about 1 to 2 tenths of a yard short when going back to a level range. In other words, mere inches.
If you were to use a standard blue face target and can X every shot at the given yardage on YOUR range, you should still be in the white bullseye on level ground.
Based on this, you would be shooting a tad bit low on level ground.
I probably should not have said "how far the arrow actually flies". I guess line of sight would have been a better term.
Last edited by picman; 03-01-2013 at 03:35 PM.
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