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    Default Help on XT setup

    What is a good starting point in string nock point for the XT.

    Also for center shot can ya line tha string up with tha center of tha riser and rest center. Thanks fer yore input. Smokes



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    What is a good starting point in string nock point for the XT.

    Also for center shot can ya line tha string up with tha center of tha riser and rest center. Thanks fer yore input. Smokes
    thought that the inline grip was the answer for center shot....

    as far as string nock point...I always just eye ball it, get it close to level and then shoot a few thru paper....never had a problem yet....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I always start with my nock point 1/8" high on my single cams and eyeball the centershot using the rest/cam/string then walk-back tune it from 20-50 yards....then you can paper tune it to find the sweet spot....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN;57125[COLOR="Red[COLOR="Red"
    "]]thought that the inline grip was the answer for center shot.... [/COLOR][/COLOR]as far as string nock point...I always just eye ball it, get it close to level and then shoot a few thru paper....never had a problem yet....
    What is an inlne grip
    Ya gotta remember I am not a Mathews fanboy it's Martin fer me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    What is an inlne grip
    Ya gotta remember I am not a Mathews fanboy it's Martin fer me.
    doesnt your grip have a line down the center of it????
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    doesnt your grip have a line down the center of it????
    Yup I thight that was just bein' fancy fer looks..
    So now I know why tha grip is part of tha self.

    I was beginnin' ta wonder if they was short on aluminum stock



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