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I've been having an issue sith this lately and its getting on my nerves. I've tried all the normal things and its not helping, nor is it happening when I shoot OTT.

Any of you guys had thia happen before?

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I shoot TTF (gangsta) and have had it happen on a frame that had a different fork height than I was used to. I kept the same anchor point since the width of the frame was what I had grown accustomed to but the shots were off to one side. What is your setup and did it change recently?
That could be it! I've been shooting my SERE a lot previous to this, so I should just really fiddle with my anchor point? I'm now shooting my Mini Taurus which has slightly taller forks but a similar gap width to the SERE.

Drawing lines on my bands as well! :)
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I shoot TTF (gangsta) and have had it happen on a frame that had a different fork height than I was used to. I kept the same anchor point since the width of the frame was what I had grown accustomed to but the shots were off to one side. What is your setup and did it change recently?
That could be it! I've been shooting my SERE a lot previous to this, so I should just really fiddle with my anchor point? I'm now shooting my Mini Taurus which has slightly taller forks but a similar gap width to the SERE.

Drawing lines on my bands as well! :)
f7fd1c9e86c1568869941f0e94699ba4.jpg


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Id say fiddle with the anchor point or choose a new reference point on the fork to bring you back to the center you are used to. My :twocents: :)
 

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I shoot TTF (gangsta) and have had it happen on a frame that had a different fork height than I was used to. I kept the same anchor point since the width of the frame was what I had grown accustomed to but the shots were off to one side. What is your setup and did it change recently?
That could be it! I've been shooting my SERE a lot previous to this, so I should just really fiddle with my anchor point? I'm now shooting my Mini Taurus which has slightly taller forks but a similar gap width to the SERE.

Drawing lines on my bands as well! :)
f7fd1c9e86c1568869941f0e94699ba4.jpg


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Id say fiddle with the anchor point or choose a new reference point on the fork to bring you back to the center you are used to. My :twocents: :)
Okay will do and report back with a grouping photo lol

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Ill give that a go my friend thanks for the tip! Got some .45 leads that are about 1/3 heavier than my steel that could do it

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You are a good shooter, we've seen videos of you shooting the lights out. I'm with Joe, check your band pouch ammo setup compared to the SERE.
Thanks @SJAaz I appreciate that, the lead ammo did seem to sort of help. I haven't reset the bands yet but I'll report back later today when I do.

Today: is for slingshots. :)

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