Cat is an anagram for TAC. I picked this TAC Firefly from Raysad (thanks). I put a pair of Dryad's ACS RC 32# 19" on the riser (19"). Who, would have thought it, they are exactly 32#.
Sid, I think I get a slight vector up from the springy rest compressing. So All my crawls are set compensating for the spring. lf the vector is different from a stout flipper for example the crawl changes. On most target weight bows I use a 25# spring. Shooting from a hard rest usually opens my group up a bit. String walking is black magic off a floppy sprig. :sbrug:rusty.... where does the throat of the grip sit relative to the centreline of the riser....
It might have a grip in a position you are used to. Grip high in the riser might make you wriggle in the grip.
while too low. And you might be trying to get up into the throat.
FOR YOUR style of shooting.
Not everyone is the same.
Longbow archers quite often struggle with recurve grips. For example.