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  • #31
    Originally posted by Marcus View Post
    Is that Martin a binary cam? If so make sure you have a bottom nock point but not a top. That fixed a lot of contact issues in my old Bowtechs.
    Interesting, Marcus.
    Assuming that small lowering of the D Loop improves hold stability of a binary cam bow ?
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    • #32
      no it changes the downforce on the front of the arrow and helps the back lift past the rest
      Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
      Interesting, Marcus.
      Assuming that small lowering of the D Loop improves hold stability of a binary cam bow ?
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      • #33
        Originally posted by Marcus View Post
        Is that Martin a binary cam? If so make sure you have a bottom nock point but not a top. That fixed a lot of contact issues in my old Bowtechs.
        Thanks Marcus,
        The Merlin is a binary cam so this evening I removed the top nocking point and retied the loop accordingly. It resulted in being able to raise the rest a mm or so before getting any contact.
        How long did you make the lower nocking point on your Bowtechs?

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          About 5 knots
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