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Thread: Which way to balance a deflex riser

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    But the markings confused me. And the fact that the nocking point is not in the geometrical centre
    A crossbow has a nocking point on centre, but other bows are almost always off centre because the bow hand is near centre and the draw hand can't be level with it if an arrow rest is used. The hands are off line as it were and the nocking point has to be placed so it makes the best job it can out of the set up it is given by the hands. Usually a little above square, so nock high compared to arrow rest, gives good results.


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