I've been reading up on tuning broadheads to your field points. All seem to agree with how to fix the horizontal issue my moving your rest either left or right. However, with the vertical issue, some say to adjust your rest, others say to move your nocking point. Anyone know which method is better for correcting the vertical issue? Also, should I fix the vertical issue first then the horizontal?
FWIW, my broadheads are hit high and left of my field points. The further I go back, the higher the broadheads are hitting. At 30 yards it is about 2-3 inches high and only about an 1-2 inches left. I haven't gone back any further than that.
The bow is a GT500, 29", 61#. The arrow is a Flatline 340, 28" carbon to carbon, g-nock and uni bushing, 3 Flex Fletch Flash vanes fletched offset, and 125 grain Slick Trick standard. OT2 shows it being on the stiffer side of good.