Marking Your Bow Settings

Here's a simple tip for ensuring your bow is ready when you are.

Mark Kayser is on the move on his horse, and that means there's a chance his bow has been bumped from its settings. The same is true for any time you fly or make a long ATV haul. It pays to make sure your settings are still on and throw a few arrows if possible.

He offers this simple tip for marking your bow settings to ensure nothing has been thrown off in transit. You might just thank yourself when the moment of truth arrives.


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