Bow Setup & Tuning (2) -- How To Build A Draw Board

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Bow Setup & Tuning (2) -- How To Build A Draw Board

Bow Setup & Tuning (2) -- How To Build A Draw Board

What is a "draw board"? How does it help with bow setup and tuning? And how can you easily build one? See more at...

Bow Setup & Tuning (4) -- How To Tie A D-loop

Bow Setup & Tuning (4) -- How To Tie A D-loop

In Part 4 of our bow build we look at the "d-loop" - how to tie one, and what considerations you need to make when doing so. Learn more and view a step-by-step pictorial at...

Bow Setup & Tuning (6) -- How To Paper Tune

Bow Setup & Tuning (6) -- How To Paper Tune

Paper tuning" is the process of shooting an arrow from your bow through a piece of paper. The tear created by the impact and travel path of the arrow can reveal key factors about how your bow and arrow combination are shooting. Sometimes paper tuning is quick and easy, and other times it can be...

Bow Setup & Tuning (3) -- Rest Install, Center-shot, & Nock Height

Bow Setup & Tuning (3) -- Rest Install, Center-shot, & Nock Height

In Part 3 of our bow build we look at installing a rest, setting the rest height, center-shot, and then determining the nocking point on our string. Learn more at...

The Vertical Draw Board Bow Tuning Hoyt Archery

The Vertical Draw Board Bow Tuning Hoyt Archery

The Vertical Draw Board Bow Tuning Hoyt Archery...

How To Setup & Tune A Compound Bow - Part 1

How To Setup & Tune A Compound Bow - Part 1

What's the first thing you want to do when you get a brand new (or "new to you") bow? Shoot it, of course! But the first step should be "knowing the numbers" by making sure that key measurements are within the manufacturers specifications. Learn more at...