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Old 08-17-2014, 06:35 PM
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No need to move both. With a biscuit with no up and down adjustment if you square it to the riser or even slightly tilt it you should still be slicing your Berger hole properly. So if your broad heads are hitting high then you need to raise your nock point. Some bows tune nock high, some at 90 degrees and I even had a shift that tuned nock below 90. I always refrain to advise someone they need better equipment but in this case for a biscuit with both horizontal and vertical adjustment you are looking at about 40 bucks. Might be money well spent.
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