Setting the Primary Pin
The primary pin is a fixed point on the device optic that points along the same axis as the laser rangefinder. You can change the primary pin's alignment by adjusting the straight vertical and horizontal adjustments on the mount. After you set the primary pin, you can set additional pins for different distances using the device software.
Aim at a target that is a minimum distance of 15 m (15 yd.) away.
NOTE: If you set your primary pin for farther distances, such as 30 m (33 yd.), you will have a farther maximum range, but you will decrease visibility of closer targets. If you set your primary pin for shorter distances, you will have greater visibility of close targets, but a shorter maximum range.
- Nock an arrow, and draw your bow.
Looking through your bow's peep sight at full draw, align the primary pin with the center of the target .
- Confirm the bubble in the level is centered between the lines.
- Shoot at the target, and observe the point of impact.
Using a 7/64 inch hex wrench, loosen the vertical adjustment on the mount.
- Move the vertical adjustment in the direction of the arrow's point of impact.
- Tighten the vertical adjustment to a maximum torque specification of 2.2 N-m (20 lbf-in).
- Using a 7/64 inch hex wrench, loosen the horizontal adjustment on the mount.
- Move the horizontal adjustment in the direction of the arrow's point of impact.
- Tighten the horizontal adjustment to a maximum torque specification of 2.2 N-m (20 lbf-in).
Continue adjusting the mount, as needed, until the point of aim and the point of impact are the same.
TIP: You should adjust the mount in the direction of the point of impact. For example, if the arrow impacts low and right, you should adjust the mount down and right. You should always tighten the mount screws to a maximum torque specification of 2.2 N-m (20 lbf-in) between adjustments.