Originally Posted by bowjoe1972
It does help but you have to experement with it.. slide rest as far back as it can go or as far front go to full draw really torque the bow shoot the shot at a line in the target (going up and down) arrow will hit oppisite of the torque in small incroments start sliding it back or forward and you will find a sweet spot where your arrows hit dead center no matter if torqued or not..
I've been using it a couple of weeks now. I set it about 1/2" from all the way back. I guess I was lucky because virtually all of the left and rights are gone.
However, for high's and low's, it seems a little more critical to bow hand tension. If I have any excess tension, I'll get a high blueberry. Can the Jessie Mount help that or do I just need to keep the tension out?