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INSTRUCTIONS FOR NAILDRIVER LEVELING

If you are using a scope, you will next need to level your sight. There are a couple of different ways to accomplish this. The first one is to go to a Archery Pro shop and let the Pro level up your sight. If you are the do it yourself type, you can either purchase a leveling tool that you will place on the table and then mount your sight to this tool and level your sight, or you can choose the least expensive route and purchase the Toxonics hand held leveling tool (SC-108). To use the leveling tool, you will need to remove your sight from the bow by loosening the knob and sliding the extension bar out of the bowplate. Next you will place the SC-108 flat against the side of the vertical base that is opposite of the scope. If the bubble in the scope is in the middle and the bubble in the leveling tool is in the middle, you are good to go and no adjustments need to be made. That is not usually the case. Most of the time you will need to move the sight block one way or the other to level your sight. To do this, you will need to loosen the cap screw that is on the sight block. To get to this screw, you will take your socket wrench and go down right next to the windage unit and insert the wrench into the top of the screw. Loosen the screw and move the sight block in the direction that you need to go. When both bubbles are in the middle (on the scope and the leveling tool) you can tighten the screw back down.

Third axis leveling is next. Point your sight up to the sky (your sight should look like a T). Place the SC-108 leveling tool onto the extension bar and check the bubbles. If you need to adjust this sight, you will loosen the two cap screws that are in the extension bar, right behind the vertical base. By loosening those screws up, you can swivel that sight left or right up to eight degrees. Those screws only need to be loosened up one or two turns. Adjust your sight until the bubbles are in the middle (on the scope and the leveling tool). Tighten both screws back down snugly.

Your sight is now leveled, however, Toxonics recommends one final step that you will need one other person for. Reattach the sight to the bow by sliding the extension bar into the bow plate. Tighten down the knob. Come to full draw and close your eyes. This will put you into your natural shooting form. While you are in your natural shooting form, have your friend loosen up the bottom screw on the extension bar, (the screw where the elongated slot is) and move the vertical base until the bubble in the scope is in the middle. Tighten that screw back down and you are now ready to sight in.