Adjusting a bow sight that shoots too high is, in concept, a simple repair. If the arrows are landing above the bull’s-eye, slide the sight pin up. Shooting with the sight pin in a higher position will make you lower your bow hand in order to put the pin on the center of the target. The challenge to accurately making a sight change depends on the archer’s consistency. Following certain steps can make sure the very best possible sight change.

Step 1

Draw the bow string back, without an arrow, find your anchor spot, and hold. Note where your finger reaches your face if you’re using a glove or tab. If you’re utilizing a trigger release aid, focus on where your hand contacts your face. Gradually reduce the string back to its idle position then draw once again. The anchor position must be the exact same. If it’s not, keep repeating till you’re consistent. If you’ve inconsistent anchor points each time you introduce an arrow, it’ll certainly land in a various position and no amount of sight change will correct your precision.

Step 2

Nock an arrow, draw the bow string back, position the sight pin on the center of the target, and hold your anchor position for 5 seconds. Make certain you’re still anchoring in the exact same position which you can hold the sight pin stable on the bull’s-eye.

Step 3

Release the arrow and note where it strikes. Shoot at least five more arrows, paying mindful focus on ensure your anchor point and your pin positioning on the target are the same with each shot. Your arrows must be grouped on the target in a location no larger than your hand at 20 lawns.

Step 4

Note where the arrows are landing in relation to where you were aiming. If the group is higher on the bull’s-eye, a little raise the sight pin.

Step 5

Shoot a second group of 5 arrows with the brand-new pin setting and note where the arrows are landing in relation to where you’re sighting. If they’re now landing below the bull’s-eye, you moved the pin too much, so lower it a little.