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  1. travisd78

    travisd78 Weekend Warrior

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    I'm shooting a Hoyt CRX 32 with a 29 inch draw set at 65 lbs. I'm shooting about 3 inches left of the bulls eye and my adjustment is maxed. What is going on and any suggestions to fix this is appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    Center shot is off
     
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    joshcalhoun18 Weekend Warrior

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    Your rest or sight might have moved
     
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    elkguide Grizzled Veteran

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    Move your rest.
     
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    Bowguy Weekend Warrior

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    Rest is Centershot
     
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    b_fitnik Weekend Warrior

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    How's your can lean? May need some yolk tuning. If I'm not mistaken, that bow is a hybrid cam. Lay a shaft along the shelf side of the top cam. Shaft should start to cross the string around the d loop


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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    ^This^
     
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    travisd78 Weekend Warrior

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    got it fixed. thanks for the input
     
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    What worked?
     
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    Agreed
     
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    Was it a simple fix?
     
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    travisd78 Weekend Warrior

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    Yes simple fix. First I had to fix my shooting form. I was pulling my string to the side of my nose more on my cheek. Started pulling it strait to center my nose and adjusted my rest just a little. Thanks again for the suggestions.


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  13. Bowguy

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    bud it's summertime so I'll assume your shooting field points. Did you only move rest or paper tune? You can't just move rest to adjust poi. It may need more or less adjustment n you need to know or you'll be panicking when broadheads start flying all over.
    Who is helping w form issues? Do you have a coach, instructor, knowledgeable person showing you?
    9 times out of ten bow is too long, release is dead hand n back tension isn't aoplied while shooting. If you're newer n you're not doing those things get someone to help you now. Easier than fixing you later
     
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    travisd78 Weekend Warrior

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    I did paper time it and yes I have a buddy that has been shooting for a long time. I did shoot some of my practice broadheads and everything seems to be in good shape.


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    Ok good. Good luck e the bow n best of luck this season
     
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    travisd78 Weekend Warrior

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    thanks. looking forward to getting in the stand again
     

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