How to set up your compound bow sight

As we near the end of the Nocked and Ready to Rock series, John Dudley talks about setting up a bow sight in this 11th installment. Dudley notes that simply attaching a sight to your bow and then sighting in does not insure consistent accuracy.

Dudley walks through the process of leveling the second and third axes on a sight. Doing this will allow you to know that your sight is is perfectly level, whether you’re shooting on flat ground, uphill or downhill.

If you don’t set the two axes, then your level can give you false readings. And if you cant your bow to move the level bubble to the middle while using a sight that isn’t properly leveled, then your arrows will hit wide of where you want them.

In this video, Dudley talks about a leveling tool you can use to help you with this process.