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This is my first instructable so please go easy on me, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to leave a comment below.
it probably cost me $50 to make, and that's only to buy the red dot sight. I already had all the metal.
This was the hardest step for me because I had to make a rail that would work for my red dot sight that uses a Weaver style mount. ...
The red dot sight had to be aligned with the flight of the arrow so I had to off set it a bit. This was achieved using a ...
You want to have the red dot sight as close to you as possible so you can see the dot better, but you also don't want it to ...
You need a good height so that you won't wreck your arrows when you shoot them.
This is pretty simple, have a piece of metal that has a right angle on it and screw on the mount.
Be careful!!!It may not be sturdy so don't knock it on anything!but now that your finish head down to the archery range, take some shots, and enjoy! :DNOTICE:I ...
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