How do you know your bow is "level" at full draw?Ok question.. So I don't have the hamskea leveler so coming to full draw on a plum bob, aiming steep down hill, couldn't I adjust my bubble 3rd axis till it's centered? Wouldn't this be the same as well considering the bubble in the sight is true to the pins?
sure they can "but" if the level isn't perpendicular, the bubble will run to one side or the other. The amount "out of 90 deg" as well as the slope will determine how bad the bubble runs out. If you have a sight that has a bubble perpendicular to the mount, and you are real close to centershot you could be fine, or not. You see the runout over at Redding a lot when a group of 3d guys show up the first time. You'll see it at Cascadians range if you shoot there too. It doesn't mean diddley if you only shoot flat ground. If you're shooting the Safari or state field I can show you how it all works.Got it now. So guys that don't have 3rd axis can't shoot up or down hill then?