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    Eliminating bow torque

    If you twist the bow counter-clockwise (as seen from above), the arrow will go to the left of centre. However, with the sight out in front of the bow, twisting the bow counter-clockwise will move the sight pin to the left, and hence when you centre it on the target the bow will be aimed to the right. So, we have two effects working in the opposite direction and it is posible they could be made to cancel. That is: if the sight extension is the correct length, the amount you aim off to the right can exactly cancel out the effect of the bow torque. With my sight...
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  • Eliminating bow torque
    James Park
    If you twist the bow counter-clockwise (as seen from above), the arrow will go to the left of centre. However, with the sight out in front of the bow, twisting the bow counter-clockwise will move the sight pin to the left, and hence when you centre it on the target the bow will be aimed to the right. So, we have two effects working in the opposite direction and it is posible they could be made to cancel. That is: if the sight extension is the correct length, the amount you aim off to the right can exactly cancel out the effect of the bow torque. With my sight...
    18th September 2013, 02:09 PM
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