As I've mentioned before, I'm new to bow hunting. Well, new to bows in general. I've gotten my bow set up for me (peep, kisser, draw weight, draw length, etc.). I picked up a target, and after a little training, I'm shooting with proper form, and I'm at least hitting the target.

Now I need to sight the pins in. The guy at the bow shop told me the pins are usually set for 20, 30, and 40 yards, and I have no reason to believe that isn't true, but I'd like to see what y'all set your pins to. Also, so that I don't get the cart before the horse, I'd like to know how y'all "zero" each pin on your bows. I'm sure that's not the term, but I'm sure you know what I mean. Do I use groups? If so, am I to use three for a group? Is there some sort of sled? If I'm set while standing on the ground, do I need to make adjustments in aiming when I'm shooting from a stand or is it the same as being on the ground?

Thanks, in advance, for the help, y'all.
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