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I"m anxious to try something when my 331 gets to me. I have tinkered with my '05 SB by moving the arrow rest left and right a LOT. All the time I watch the resulting arrow profile on the paper test target [tail right/tail left, etc]. I have also tried differnent yoke settings,,angling the idler left and right a smidgen [technical term :D ]. Could be me,,but I only 'approach' perfect arrow tear pattern with the bow. I am very interested in doing the same with the Ross 331 to see how it reacts to the same adjustments.
I am going to learn something about roller guards I'm guessing. The roller system does not allow forward/backward cable retainment movement. The rod system does. Seems like the roller system creates another stress coordinate/direction,,right?
Gonna find out soon.
Alan in GA
 

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I've never been a fan of that roller guard design. Cables need to be able to move vertically and horizontally to some extent, and a roller guard doesn't allow this. Putting undue pressure on cables like that is a bad thing when it comes to tuning IMO. For that reason, I don't like drop away rests that are driven off the cables either, but certainly that's not as much pressure on the cables as a roller guard puts on them.

You won't have any trouble tuning your 331 to shoot bullet holes. Follow the exact procedures on the Lawler Outdoors site, and you'll be on the fast track:
http://www.lawleroutdoors.com/Artic... Tuning&Call=Hunting/Hunting.asp?Game=Archery

Once you get the bow paper tuned, do some walk back tuning to make any fine tuning adjustments, and you'll be smoking bullseyes at any distance you're comfortable shooting.
 
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