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Offline comebackshane

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Flipped upside down
« on: June 26, 2008, 09:48:25 pm »
I was shooting a bow that I finished a few months ago tonight and shooting about like I always do, all over the place. ;D  This bow has Mickey Lotz' floppy arrow rest on it.  Just for fun i flipped it upside down and shot it off of my hand.  Wow! Alot more accurate.  It went from spread over a square hay bale to about the size of a dinner plate.  This is shooting at 15 and 20 yards.  My question is what would cause the difference?  The tiller of the bow, the arrow rest or am I just imagining this and I became Robin Hood in 5 minutes. 

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Shane

Offline mullet

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Re: Flipped upside down
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2008, 09:59:36 pm »
 I would say it is probally where the alighnment of the string is. Closer to the outside of the handle when you flipped it over.
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