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From: BOX CALL
Grabbed my PSE this morning to check everything and shoot some getting all set up.same sight pins,just using two now,same arrows as last year.twenty was dead on when I hung it up last.hasn't been banged or bumped.first shot,at twenty,way low,and way left.only change was a new coil stabilizer.would that throw it off that much?
String stretch would be my guess? If you haven't shot in a long time it could be as simple as you are not anchoring the same and torquing the bow. I'm sure someone more qualified will post.
My rule is to never change the sight until it does the same thing 3 sessions in a row. Most of the time, it's a form problem. Grip or anchor.
I struggle mightily with grip. Wanna find your form flaws? Step back to 60 or 80. You'll quickly figure out what ails you
Agree with Bake. Don't panic after your first shooting session after admittingly "hanging it up." Shoot 3 -4 times before you change anything.