When it comes to bow tuning, there is much debate over which method is most effective. Personally, I think all styles of bow tuning have their place. However, French tuning is the method I use most often. This process only requires shooting a few shots from 3 and 10 yards, making it possible to do almost anywhere. All you need to get started is a section of string with something heavy tied to one end (creating a Plum-Bob) and a target.
Here’s more on how to tune your bow using this method and the benefits it can have on overall accuracy.
Editor's Note: This was originally published on July 25, 2016.