This gets adjusted by turning the limb bolds.
The distance from the bottom of the limb (that touches the riser) and the string. This can be measured with a T or L square.
The distance should be SHORTER on the BOTTOM limb by 1/8 to 1/4 inch (3,175 to 6,35 mm). The reason for this is because we do not pull on the string directly in the middle, we are slightly off center. Also the arrow is off center.
To adjust the tiller you have to turn the limb bolds. Tighter makes the tiller shorter (less width between the string and the bottom of the limb).
The distance from the center of the plunger to the string. Or the distance from the grip to the string.
It’s recommended to set the brace height to the distance recommended by the limb manufactures.
To adjust the brace height you have to add or remove twists to the string. More twists raises the brace height, lower twists reduces the brace height.
The arrow in the relation to the bow. This can be adjusted with the plunger.
Arrow Length and Draw Length
Measured from the inside of the nock till the end of the shaft (not the end of the point)
When adjusting the sight you always move it to the location your arrows are. For example if your arrows are too far to the right, you move the sight to the right. Too far down, move the sight down.
Slighting the sight back will make the arrows go up.
Available in half centimeter increments. Typically the lengths vary as described below.
- 72" bow ~ 172.0 - 175.0 cm
- 70" bow ~ 165.5 - 171.5 cm
- 68" bow ~ 162.0 - 165.0 cm
- 66" bow ~ 156.5 - 161.5 cm
- 64" bow ~ 151.0 - 156.0 cm
- 16 strands is commonly used on bows up to 38 pounds drawweight. 18 strands is for bows over 38 pounds in drawweight.
- String lengths are measured under a 5kg tension.
- Length given is workable distance of the bowstring, meaning the string fully twisted.
- Nockfit: #1 Beiter. Please contact us for other requests.