Spicy I'm new here and this is my first post. Yes you can adjust the D loop at home. Three days ago my best friend and I received our new Tac 15s. I know a PSE rep and I called him about helping us set the Tacs up. He met us and we went over the do's and don'ts. We got both got the Tac 15
package. We sighted them in at thirty yards. I have a two hundred yard range in my backyard so we worked our way out to sixty yards with the pse scope. Its hot here so we quit shooting for the day. My pard went home and shot his some more. Well his D loop grew to doing exactly what yours is doing. I mean the same exact thing. He went to a local bow shop and the tech shortened the D loop for him. My pard watched him and told me that it was very simple. My pard cocked and let down his bow three or four times while at the shop and then the tech tied it in and was done. He has shot his bow several hundred times over the weekend just as I have mine.
He has had to paper tune his bow too. His arrows were kicking out a little until he paper tuned it and now its laying bolts in the target like its supposed to.
Funny thing is our bows are one serial number off and all I have done to mine is load and shoot it. He has had to twist the d loop, re tie the d loop and paper tune his. Both are now ready for the HHA mount which we have on order.
We are undecided on which scope to use. I do know I plan to put a red dot of some type however not sure if I am going to use a variable or a fixed power scope. The scope is what brought me here to this site searching. After reading alot of post I believe I can use a rifle scope of my choosing.