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  1. I shoot my hinge by deliberately not moving my...

    I shoot my hinge by deliberately not moving my hand at the wrist and deliberately not shifting finger pressures on the release body. no manipulation, beyond what is produced by the swing of my elbow...
  2. ooohhh, ....OK .....39 years ago, excuse me for...

    ooohhh, ....OK .....39 years ago, excuse me for rounding off. there's no reason to go there, because there isn't anywhere to go. you're assertion that it is a myth, is unfounded and just some crazy...
  3. well,...again i'll ask you to produce some spec...

    well,...again i'll ask you to produce some spec of evidence that is a so-called "myth". there must be some reasonable source of derived evidence that makes you think it's a myth....what is that...
  4. you keep insisting it is a myth, but when asked...

    you keep insisting it is a myth, but when asked to provide a reasonably supporting reason you think it is a myth, you never manage to come up with one single, sensible or logical piece of evident...
  5. who believes a hinge will fire with a one finger...

    who believes a hinge will fire with a one finger pull. if anything is spreading some sort of myth, that accusation, is certainly one. I've shot a hinge for 40 years and never once heard anyone say...
  6. amazing,...simply amazing......

    amazing,...simply amazing......
  7. hinges don't "fire on their own" with back...

    hinges don't "fire on their own" with back tension.
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    similar to Field14's post, same bow and draw...

    similar to Field14's post, same bow and draw weight for indoors and out doors and a different hunting bow. and similarly, my hunting bow was never more than 54 or 55 lbs. you just don't need any...
  9. yea, I don't either !.

    yea, I don't either !.
  10. back tension with hand manipulation is not...

    back tension with hand manipulation is not fundamental back tension. again, you have managed to interpret what I said, and twist around to make it sound like I am proclaiming to be on the same level...
  11. to some extent, the question you pose is moot,...

    to some extent, the question you pose is moot, simply because what I use works , so there's no reason to consider a different method. I can only assume that if I didn't have my experience with my...
  12. Thread: Making Progress

    by ron w
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    whether my problem is similarly, "tremmors", or...

    whether my problem is similarly, "tremmors", or not, I have no idea. but I do know that my float range is considerably larger than most people's....it always has been. big, to the point that people...
  13. do you honestly think that in 40 years of...

    do you honestly think that in 40 years of shooting a hinge, I haven't seriously tried alternative methods ?. if you want to seriously discuss other methods, those that you contend I can't discuss,...
  14. Mahly, I think i've done a fairly decent...

    Mahly,
    I think i've done a fairly decent job of expanding on my preference with regard to what and why it works......
    ironically, I went and listened to the video of Cuzin' Dave at...
  15. whether I think it is trash or not, is only the...

    whether I think it is trash or not, is only the interpretation of those who read the posts. if they have a chip on their shoulder about hearing about other methods,....they might assume I am...
  16. again, it's amazing that I don't even have to be...

    again, it's amazing that I don't even have to be "signed in", and I get my thoughts posted, repeatedly......
    there is absolutely nowhere, in any of my posts, where I proclaim, "it is the only...
  17. Thread: drop away rest

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    FOC is certainly an aspect that needs to be...

    FOC is certainly an aspect that needs to be addressed, but their is a fairly wide range, or spectrum, where it will do what it is supposed to do. curlies do certainly afford more FOC, but within that...
  18. Thread: drop away rest

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    very true, given that whatever rest is used, is...

    very true, given that whatever rest is used, is properly set up.
    I agree that simple blade rests have the best potential for reliability and for practical purposes, are every bit a good as any...
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    with a smaller diameter scope, you see less field...

    with a smaller diameter scope, you see less field of view. personally, as it is a personal preference, I like to see only the target i'm shooting and not much else in my sight picture.
  20. Thread: drop away rest

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    that's the good thing about Limbdrivers...they do...

    that's the good thing about Limbdrivers...they do just that. many people don't realize this feature about them,......when the chord is relaxed, as at full draw, the launcher is under the spring's...
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    it's all money oriented... it costs the...

    it's all money oriented...
    it costs the same to maintain the herd whether a resident tags an animal or a non-resident tags an animal,...the difference is the amount of money spent by the non...
  22. what is very obviously stated by Mr. Dudley, is...

    what is very obviously stated by Mr. Dudley, is that he "relaxes his fingers". ....NOT...that he varies the amount of relaxation amongst his fingers that would produce the necessary rotation. when...
  23. I don't use the word..... "pure"..... in...

    I don't use the word..... "pure"..... in reference to rotational back tension....do I ?. the fact that no pro uses it, if that is universally accurate...(there are a lot of pros in the world),...
  24. Laz.... if as you say, "we all want to...

    Laz....
    if as you say, "we all want to improve" and we should "all have respect for the others' input"..... why is that you constantly refute with calling a myth, every time someone mentions back...
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    I don't, but my wife likes to go. she always...

    I don't, but my wife likes to go. she always takes her mom along, as well. it's sort of their regular "mother-daughter outing". about a couple times a week. her mom, lives with us, as she is 86 and...
  26. that "relaxation in the hands", doesn't...

    that "relaxation in the hands", doesn't necessarily mean producing rotation with the fingers or wrist. I see no reference to "producing rotation with varying finger tension"...., do you ?.
  27. it only makes sence... in a logical order of...

    it only makes sence...
    in a logical order of occurrences, we install a bit of rotation into the last few ounces of "staying on the stops", that rotates the release to fire. you draw with your...
  28. far less, even when at full draw, of you are...

    far less, even when at full draw, of you are putting around 300 lbs on the string. the object, is to put more stress on the string than it will ever see, so that strands equalize in tension under...
  29. if you're asking me, you're asking the wrong guy....

    if you're asking me, you're asking the wrong guy. I know nothing about it.
  30. Thread: Stabilizer ?

    by ron w
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    women have hyper extensive joints because they...

    women have hyper extensive joints because they are genetically engineered for hard labor.
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