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TOPIC: MOVED NOCKING POINTS

MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #85

  • Newby
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Looked ay Imogen's string on Saturday pm, after shooting and waxing, and I have noticed her nocking points have moved est 0.5-1"!!!

Bracing height is correct so wonder what's caused this?

One suggestion was the limbs, I assume warping in the heat?

Any other ideas before I have to go re set the points or buy a new string please?

Cheers Guys
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MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #88

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Is the tiller the same, as this could raise or lower the nocking points.
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MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #89

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6 1/8" top and 7" bottom - what does this mean?

New limbs?
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MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #90

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Normally the tiller should be between 4 and 6mm this might explain why the nocking points have moved.
Not familar with the wooden bows but on the metal risers you can adjust the limb bolts to alter the tiller.
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MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #92

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Realised last night, we had Imogen's old limbs on! Put the current limbs on and there is a diff of approx 1cm. However the nocking points have moved a little, although less than previously discussed.


I am wondering that the riser maybe damaged in some way now.


Catch you later if your there.
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MOVED NOCKING POINTS 6 years 1 month ago #93

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