Explained: Walk-Back Tuning

In this 13th and final installment of Nocked and Ready to Rock for 2016, John Dudley demonstrates walk-back tuning.

Dudley shoots his bow at 3 yards and then at 50 to determine if his rest is in perfect alignment with his sight. This is critical, he says, because it’s possible for archers to sight in at 20 yards, but then have their arrows drift left or right at longer distances, if their rests aren’t lined up properly.