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I am in the process of switching releases. I have been shooting a wrist, and now I am switching to a TruFire 3-D Hunter. I have been shooting this TruFire off and on for a while. There was never any difference in my point of impact. Now, all of the sudden, at 20yds my arrows hit 2-3 inches left. I carried this release with me all last season as a back up, and I always shot the same. But now, the P.O.I. has changed. What gives :???: Anyone have any suggestions ?
 
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Maybe the new release has your anchor point just a lil different from before.

I can tell you if I anchor and the bow-sting is touching my left nostril of my nose and I shoot then do another shot with the string touching the center point in my nose I am 2 inches off at 20 yards.
 
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Did you get it figured out?

Do you own a digital cam?
If so draw your bow with arrow on rest while you close your eyes till you reach your anchor point and take a picture of your self using both releases.....then compare each picture.
I like to use the close you eyes method cause you can really tell if you are going to your "natural" anchor point and when you open your eyes you should be lined up ALWAYS with your peep, sight, and anchor point or points.
 
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