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    Default I have decided to blame all of my left right misses

    on the fact that my d-loop keeps turning on the string throwing my peep sight off. when I readjust my d-loop and can see the whole peep evenly my hits are right on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nylouie516 View Post
    on the fact that my d-loop keeps turning on the string throwing my peep sight off. when I readjust my d-loop and can see the whole peep evenly my hits are right on.
    Are your loop knot ends on different sides???


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Are your loop knot ends on different sides???
    Yes, I may just have to have another 1 retied
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    tie another, thats your best bet.....
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    Change your center serving to something with bite to it. 62XS or Diamondback. Also use a tool like the Viper loop plyers. You can get a loop really tight with them.
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    Are you sure you're not torqueing your bow ?
    I used to have a 'death grip' on my handle and when I finally got used to relaxing my hand and using the handle as 'fulcrum' on my palm almost all of my left/right issues went away. I'm still working on making it 'automatic' but it's way better than it used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    Are you sure you're not torqueing your bow ?
    I used to have a 'death grip' on my handle and when I finally got used to relaxing my hand and using the handle as 'fulcrum' on my palm almost all of my left/right issues went away. I'm still working on making it 'automatic' but it's way better than it used to be.

    Ron
    IM 99.9% SURE. I know I cant the bow but I have been concentrating on my bubble level and the problem doesnt correct itself until I adjust my d-loop so my peep turns correctly
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    If I were you I would blame it on being right... left handed shooters don't have that problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    If I were you I would blame it on being right... left handed shooters don't have that problem
    HUH. ya lost me Dredly
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    Quote Originally Posted by nylouie516 View Post
    HUH. ya lost me Dredly
    yup... that explains a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    yup... that explains a lot
    Thats not exactly the substance I was looking for :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nylouie516 View Post
    Thats not exactly the substance I was looking for :-)
    and you are surprised...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    and you are surprised...
    Yeah I know right and they call ME a senior member what a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Change your center serving to something with bite to it. 62XS or Diamondback. Also use a tool like the Viper loop plyers. You can get a loop really tight with them.
    I like 62XS for my center serving. Real strong stuff. Also can be your strings. If you have stock strings than they creep and stretch... and your peep will twist. I've only had 1 string manufacturer that I've never had serving issues w/ loops on my center serving. Thats Vapor Trail. I dont know what they do different but, I have had stone mountain, winners choice, and no disrepect but I've had serving issue's with Zebra Twist. Sorry Bowman!!! LOL!! thats the only reason I tried Vapor Trail. I talked to the guys at Vapor Trail and they convinced me to try them.. Havent looked back since.. Good luck!!
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