Draw weight adjustment

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  1. e_poll_17

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    I've had my bow for about two years now and have been shooting off and on since then. Recently i've been trying to shoot a few times a week. I've been improving steadily and am shooting consistent groups that are getting tighter every day. All of these groups are low though. I've gone through the process of adjusting my pin sight.

    This has helped a little but it seems now that I am at the end of the range. Adjusting anymore would bunch up all my pins to where i cant really see. It might also move the sight housing too low, possibly off the bow!

    My question is, would increasing my draw weight help to eliminate some of this issue? or am i way off base. Right now i shoot a Martin Exile, 29" draw, at about 45lbs.
     
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    If you have a peep you need to adjust it.


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    I do use a peer sight. That should be the same way as the bow sight? Follow the arrow?

    Thanks
    EP
     

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