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    ill stick with my old school peep sight. I just bought my bow in march, but I can see the tube is starting to dry rot and crack. After this month(of of bow season for me), ill take my bow to a pro shop and have a new tube put on. It cant be that expensive to have a new tube put on every year
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    Quote Originally Posted by armyof1 View Post
    when i do that it is ok but when i get to full draw it turns
    The string twists are not balanced. Look up Javi's or Bowmans guide.
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    I keep it 'ol school, no peep. Just lots of practice and a consistant anchor point. Haven't missed a deer, so far, since I started practicing year round from my backyard treestand. No peep = 1 less thing to go wrong.

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    red i cant find the guide you were talking about

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