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I'm kind of new to archery after an extended absence. I have had my 334 for a couple of weeks now and it shoots very well but I have noticed my arrows fishtailing enroute to the target. Tonight I shot it through paper to check it's tune. I had a tail high and left tear. I adjusted the D loop up untill I had it tearing level but tail left. I then adjusted the rest untill I was shooting bullet holes in the paper. My problem is now the loop appears to be quite a bit higher on the string than the rest. When an arrow is nocked it appears to be pointing downward. Is this normal? What do I do next? I haven't had the chance to shoot it at any longer range yet as it was dark outside by the time I got done getting it to where it is now.
 

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If you are shooting a dropaway rest, most will tune in at 11/16 or 5/8. The nock height can end up at most 1/8 high. Did you papertune at 4,6,8 feet? I start at 4, get bullet and then move back to those distances, most of the time they stay the same. The slight downward angle you are seeing is not wrong unless it is severe. 1/8 nock high is not uncommon.
 
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I have used pblawler's Tuning guide on both of my Ros bows- AWESOME..........
I have never tuned a bow so fast and so accurately. Both bows aer shooting bullet holes.

My Comp/337 with Drop Zone rest is shooting GT Ultralight Pro22s at 28"/64 lbs thru the chrony at 269 fps and my 334 with WB rest is shooting GT 5575XTs at 28.5"/71 lbs thru the chrony at 274 fps.
 
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