Hi guys, Josh Bowmar here from Bowmar Archery and Bowmar Bowhunting.
Today I am going to give you guys a quick bow tuning tip. This is my go-to process for when I am trying to super tune my bow. I also shared this tip over on my Tik Tok, @bowmarbowhunting. Be sure to check it out!
This tip is for all of you that tune your own bow! Whenever I am super tuning my bow, I always start with a bare shaft at 25 yards. I will shoot until my arrow hits the target perfectly straight. I make adjustments according to how they hit the target.
If the arrow tails right, I adjust my rest to the left.
If the arrow tails left, I adjust my rest to the right.
If the arrow hits nock high, I actually raise my rest, and then I do the opposite if it hits nock low. I do this process until my arrow is hitting the target perfectly straight.
Whenever I can shoot a bare shaft and a normal arrow stacked on top of each other as shown in this picture, that is when I move on. This picture is exactly what you want. You can see that my arrows are perfectly straight.
When I made this Tik Tok, I was getting ready for my Alaskan bear hunt. I made two Bowmar Bowhunting YouTube videos where I went over my entire bow setup. Click here to visit the Bowmar Bowhunting YouTube channel. Be sure to like and subscribe. We are giving away an African safari bow hunt once we reach 200,000 subscribers. Don’t forget to check out my Bowmar Bowhunting Tik Tok!
I hope you guys enjoyed this quick tuning tip and that you find it helpful for the upcoming hunting seasons.
– Josh Bowmar