Originally Posted by Dave Holquist
Your gaps will get much more consistent with methodical practice, just give it time. Try starting at 5 yards and shoot a group, then step back 5 yards and repeat, doing this until you reach your point-on.
If you have any aspirations to ever use your riser in competition, scribed lines are not permitted. Besides, why ruin the resale value of your riser? If you must have some sort of temporary reference, maybe apply a strip of masking tape and make your marks on that?
Thats what I have now.
Marked up a piece of tape. Just got to thinking some white paint pen or scribe would make for a little cleaner.
Id think the tribute may be disqualified for comp. due to the machined lines for center shot.
Shot the field course, with a guy this Friday. I think I will get into some events. Probably shoot my satori or JCA riser though, or pick up a 27 riser. Shooting a 72 bow sure felt nice.
I wont ever sell the tribute. Itll be wearing spray paint real soon. This here seems about the most perfect hunting set up I could ever dream of besides a wood bow.
I notice the 2 guys I shot with anchor much higher. This gave them a much closer point on and many more references, ie plunger, shelf , wire rest for gap shooting. I may have to try and move up with anchor. My jaw line and thumb are just what comes natural when settling in