Originally Posted by Compound Comedian
I dont know what line your reading from? Im talking about the change in torque on the shot cycle? from the time you release the string until the nock leaves the string.? I dont know , its just an observation.
Any bow with cam tilt wants to torque as you come to full draw, if you resist that torque it will result in left or right POI (RH or LH archer) that is when you will encounter a "change in torque"
A bow with no cam tilt has no change in torque during the shot, it feels dead in the hand as you draw the bow. That is from the absense of bow induced torque.
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