Start by attaching the sight to the bow. Next, loosen the screw that locks the horizontal adjustment of the sight head and place an arrow on the rest. Move the sight head in or out until the pins line up with both the string and the nocked arrow. Often, the pins will end up slightly to the left of the arrow, but start with everything lined up.
Since I center my round sight housing inside my peep sight, I like to set my sight so that the middle pin is right in the center of the housing. This looks the most natural to my eye. Then, I sight in the 20-yard pin by moving the entire housing up or down.
The only problem with this strategy occurs if you have a high anchor point...
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