Help with a Pendulum Sight
Here is the dumb question of the day. After a lengthy hiatus from bowhunting I decided to dust of my old bow and start shooting it. Most of my hunting is done from an elevated stand. I have a Keller pedulum sight and have lost the directions. My arrows are grouping extremely well but about 6 inches high at 20 yards. To lower my groups into the bullseye do I need to raise or lower my sight? I am trying to not lose too many arrows!! Thanks in advance for any help.
You would raise the sight.
I hunted with a keller pendulum for about 20 years, fantastic sight. Gave it up when I started hunting out west on the ground more often.
Thanks Buckbull. I thought that I should raise it (i.e. "chase the arrows"). If I start hunting more from the ground I may look at a newer multi pin sight but from an elevated stand in the eastern US the pendulum is hard to beat.