Re: Help Tuning Drop Away - Trophy Taker Smackdown
could be a nock travel issue......pretty hard to check without a draw board though. Have someone look at the arrow to see how it sits bofre you draw, then have them watch as you slowly draw the bow and watch to see if the nock end seems to climb higher as you draw. Basically looking to see if the arrow is more nock high at full draw then it is pre-draw. How it sits in relation to the cable rod in both positions can give you a good visual comparison. If you have downward nock travel it will drive the nock end of the arrow down as it comes off the string. Can easily be fixed on a dual cam bow by adjusting the cam timing....can be a little trickier on a solocam. What kind of bow? Dual cam, solocam???
If that all looks ok the cable length on limbdriver style rests should be short enough that the launcher only reaches its full height in the last couple inches of draw, same idea as a conventional drop-away. Wherever it lifts to full height as you draw is where it will fall as the string comes forward....the closer you make that spot to full draw, the sooner it will get out of the way, the arrow only needs support for the first few inches of the shot.
Hope this helps
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