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  1. An open question to the I/A shooters on this forum...

    To explain the phrase you quoted without complete understanding many, many times novice shooters have come to this forum with pretty basic shooting or form questions and have been recommended by the...
  2. Debate and discussion are the purpose of this...

    Debate and discussion are the purpose of this forum and of this thread, but not argument, no matter how it may be sugar-coated. This forum was created over a year ago (thanks subconsciously) by I/A...
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    From the Gator Cup website:...

    From the Gator Cup website: http://gatorcup.com/about.html
    "Participants will shoot a 72 arrow Qualification Round.
    They may choose to participate in team rounds. The top 64 archers per category...
  4. Thread: The Problem!

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    EPLC, yes I am and keeping records is a very good...

    EPLC, yes I am and keeping records is a very good thing to be doing now--keeps things real and allows you to very easily see the little improvements you're making in the face of the larger picture...
  5. Thread: The Problem!

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    There is another side to this mental issue that...

    There is another side to this mental issue that is equally valid, especially if recovering from a serious injury. The level of frustration and stress one experiences when making a comeback to...
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    Yes, this is correct. It will also work with...

    Yes, this is correct. It will also work with older non AF lenses if you don't mind manually focusing.
  7. Thread: The Problem!

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    Actually, when asked about the likely success of...

    Actually, when asked about the likely success of an athlete who has natural talent versus another who just worked their way to the top, most of the coaches and sports experts at the OTC felt that the...
  8. It has been my experience that those who feel a...

    It has been my experience that those who feel a need to be argumentative with others and clammor for the last say in a debate, are those with the least amount of valuable information to share.
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  9. I have also shot both and like iowabowhunter,...

    I have also shot both and like iowabowhunter, found the HBC to be better suited for my execution style. The HBX is great if you manipulate the release or pull through in order to execute.
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    Since you already have a Canon, the best option...

    Since you already have a Canon, the best option on the surface would be to stick with Canon so you don't have to buy all new glass for your wife's camera.

    However, if you don't mind being a 2...
  11. Thread: The Problem!

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    ^^^ This!!! Far too often shooters run to the...

    ^^^ This!!! Far too often shooters run to the presses to fix some issue they may be having without ever considering the root cause of that issue is likely within themselves and not a flaw in their...
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    If you shoot at different indoor venues, you're...

    If you shoot at different indoor venues, you're going to have to make some slight adjustments to your sight due to changes in lighting from one place to the other. It's all a part of being a target...
  13. Thank you, Mahly; I feel this is what may be...

    Thank you, Mahly; I feel this is what may be needed at this time. And thanks to everyone who posted their opinions on this thread--it is only through positive cooperation that we can hope to grow...
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    I have never been one who has been able to hold...

    I have never been one who has been able to hold steady in the middle. I started this game too far from my physical prime to be able to realistically accomplish that feat--my highest score was a 300...
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    I am setting up a Hoyt HyperEdge which has...

    I am setting up a Hoyt HyperEdge which has similar geometry to the Beast and am also finding a slight tendency for the bow to want to hang lower than I'd like. I was actually thinking of putting...
  16. I agree fully with this statement and have myself...

    I agree fully with this statement and have myself fallen into the catagory of not trusting the fact that most know or can easily figure out who is speaking from personal experience and who is...
  17. dmacey, stop shouting people down again; cbrunson...

    dmacey, stop shouting people down again; cbrunson has as much right to express his opinion as you. Just because you may not agree with it, does not grant you blanket privilege to to become rude and...
  18. I like this and it may help to smooth over some...

    I like this and it may help to smooth over some remaining rough bumps. Perhaps a means of allowing the readers to make these comparisons regarding the level of experience of the posters would be to...
  19. No baiting going on here, just asking the I/A...

    No baiting going on here, just asking the I/A shooters who frequent this forum for honest and objective opinions on how they feel the I/A forum should proceed. Are the 3 questions you raised...
  20. Not a shred of arrogance intended and I am sorry...

    Not a shred of arrogance intended and I am sorry you took it that way. I have actually enjoyed reading your shooting posts for the past couple of years.

    The inclusion of the post you made was not...
  21. An open question to the I/A shooters on this forum...

    It is my understanding that the I/A forum was established to be an area where serious competitive archers with some real time under their belts could commune with each other and assist each other...
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    rajahmar, please seek input from your physician...

    rajahmar, please seek input from your physician before self-diagnosing what may be going on based on the posts of others. It may be a similar issue, or it may be something entirely different and not...
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    Very nice post, shogun. The obvious answer to...

    Very nice post, shogun. The obvious answer to your question is no. The archer should not limit him/herself to only seeking advice from certified coaches or instructors who have earned x,y, or z...
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    Sorry, as a paper puncher, I am not well versed...

    Sorry, as a paper puncher, I am not well versed on all of the 3D Pro shooters and did not post this to bash or demean anyone.

    I have just never seen a hinge shot in this manner and was hoping...
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    Crazy Hinge Use

    Found this pic taken at the 2016 Vegas shoot, (c) dubravkobuden, of one of the shooters.

    My question: Is this archer twisting the bejeezuz out of the d-loop or did he hook up from the inside...
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    Don't be sorry. I have not graphically mapped...

    Don't be sorry. I have not graphically mapped nock travel nor DFC having been taught to go by feel and reaction of the arrow off the rest. I enjoy learning. :smile:
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    Not a bad DIY build there. Was it as accurate as...

    Not a bad DIY build there. Was it as accurate as Easton's mapper?
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    Good thing you were there to set him straight!!...

    Good thing you were there to set him straight!! :thumbs_up
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    I am also an HBC user and really like the weight,...

    I am also an HBC user and really like the weight, feel, and adjustability of this particular hinge. But your story reminds me of the time a few years back when I set up my Stan BlackJack very much...
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    It does change some things. What I have learned...

    It does change some things. What I have learned is that you cannot just turn the top or bottom limbs without also changing the nocking point if you wish to maintain true arrow flight. Tillering a...
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