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Published on Mar 2, 2012
The sight should be positioned as if you are holding the bow and have pulled back your string ready to fire. If the sight is in the middle but the arrows go elsewhere, move the sight slightly before shooting your next set of arrows. Keep doing this until the sight is in the right place.
Shoot three arrows each time before altering your sight. This way you are able to find the average. Obviously if you don't move the sight but your arrows go to three different corners then it is clear that it is the user who is doing something different every time, and not the sight being falsely placed.
This is the final section of another, longer video I made about how to set up a bare bow and recurve bow. I thought it would be useful for people if I made a video just for the sight, so here it is. Hope this helps some of you.