When I line up my string to the center of my rest my sight pins have always been to the left. I usually don't see any of the pin shaft just the fiber ends sticking out. It's always been this way on every bow I've ever shot. Someone else said it earlier that you may need a different sight that has more windage. I know the extreme sight from a couple years ago didn't have much adjustment. What sight are you shooting?
Just got around to sighting in my GT 500 today. I'm using a Spot Hogg sight and had to do some serious changes from the setup on my Synergy to get the GT shooting straight w/the sight. Once sighted in w/the 20 yard pin I was shooting 2" groups at 30 yards. Yes the pins were showing very much to the left of the string/arrow line but shooting like darts. I'll have to sight in the other four pins later to see if the grouping continues.
'08.5 GT500 Ninja 29/60; Hogg it Hunter;
X-weave arrows; CX F15 broadheads; MZE rest
'07 Synergy 28.75/70
I was having major problems with arrow hitting far left of target with my sight maxed out to the left. I'm embarrassed to say I was measuring wrong for center shot. Once I got rest at the real 7/8" I was able to actually move my sight to the right and am now walk back tuning great and also shooting paper bullets. For a while I was hung up on having string-rest-pin alignment which kept pushing everything (including brain) left. Talked to Old Buck as I was about to sell the bow. He expalined about cable guard bows and some other issues. Wish I knew about paradox a couple days ago. Thanks to all for helping.