I have a customer that is getting started in target shooting. He was in the range the other day shooting a 300 round. He was getting a bit frustrated. He said he couldn't figure out why he was getting some low shots. He said, they may not be perfect but they shouldn't be that low in the 4 ring. So I watched him shoot and didn't see anything obvious that should be causing the lows. I said let's check out a few things on your bow. We put the bow in the hooter shooter and got it to full draw. I noticed the timing was off just a touch. So we started shooting it with the hooter shooter. We pulled arrows after each shot and marked the paper where the arrow landed. This bow would have been breaking arrows like crazy. So I said, let's check the creep tune. Well, we found a problem. When hard into the wall, the arrows would drop low. If you were really hard into the wall, it would drop 2+ inches. This was not good an should be corrected. So off to the bow press I go. I put one twist in the buss cable and repeated the test. Bingo we got all the arrows in the same group. So don't let anyone tell you it's not important to thoroughly test your target bows. You want your target bow to be setup as forgiving as possible. I purposely left the brand of bow off because I don't really think that is important here. But if you have any sort of 2 cam system and are serious about spot shooting, creep tune it!