Type: Posts; User: nuts&bolts
1) SHOES...put shoes on
2) LEVEL out the head
3) do not post new photo until you fix lean
4) post photo with no lean
I did a Carbon Element for redruff.
#2 Fuel Cams
Stock at 60 lbs.
Redruff wanted to drop to 50 lbs on the same exact limbs
and a smooooooother draw.
Goto OVER SIZE spirals
To each his own.
new pic when you can,
arrow DEAD level...
and let's see where that nock lands on your head.
These are suggestions.
Try one thing at a time.
Goal is to see if you can shoot TIGHTER groups.
Has to do with leverage angles,
to help you use the LARGER back muscles,
which makes it EASIER...
The SALE price is $25 for the folks who send me an email.
General Public price will be higher.
Need ONE good photo.
HAve the photographer DIRECTLY across from you.
The camera lens must be at 90 degrees to the arrow flight path.
Play with grip,
and find out what works for YOU.
Really means not much, to copy what works for SOMEONE ELSE.
If you get results, then YOU get results.
NO shortcuts. Must find out what gives...
No engineering degree required.
No lines drawn either.
nock is WAY WAY too far back on your head.
Not going to give you ALL the answers,
cuz you can find ALL the answers in the bowboysp thread.
HOW to make YOUR forearm
MORE downhill....than your DOWNHILL arrow?
1) move the release hand DOWN to the bottom of your ear.
2) then, you press your bow, and move the peep until you can see...
ELBOW to wrist UPHILL = BAD.
Elbow to wrist DOWNHILL = GOOD.
Elbow should ALWAYS be MORE downhill than your arrow.
LEVEL arrow, then forearm = DOWNHILL = GOOD.
LEVEL arrow, then forearm =...
Release hand a tad LOWER.
MORE like this.
Shorten the strap,
Pull shoes CLOSER together for vertical legs.
Make a fist.
CLose all fingers.
ONLY open the thumb and point finger.
Keep the middle finger in the fist shape.
Keep the 4th finger in the fist shape.
Keep the pinky...
DEAD LEVEL arrow.
post a new pic.
read the ENTIRE bowboysp thread.
No engineering degree required.
Play with things.
When you understand...then you shorten the experimentation period,
and your shooting gets better, faster.
I avoid...YOUR DL....HIS DL....BOW DL....THEIR DL...OUR DL....
Pieces of the Puzzle.
The DL LABEL on the BOW BOX...puzzle Piece #1.
The HANDLE release neck length....puzzle Piece #2....
It's all LINGO folks.
Think of you, the shooter,
as having a LEFT SIDE
as having a RIGHT SIDE.
a shooter has the bow arm side,
The splined axles reminded me of what is used on race cars.
Ed said, hehehehehehehehe.
He works on building race cars, as well. Who woulda thunk?
Very nice. Met Ed at Hitaga Archery....a while back. Super smart guy.
I go over all these details in the DVD.
1) set the d-loop, the nock height to whatever makes you happy..either LEVEL or TAIL HIGH.
2) now, lock down the d-loop and NEVER touch it again. We...
BREAK time is over.
Back to the DVD.
I have a HUGE amount of Blu Ray quality audio files to do QC, editing, tweaking, cutting, splicing.
These answers to my questions,
provide more PUZZLE pieces,,
and let's me know what you CAN do
and let's me know what you CANNOT do.
This way, we can customize your solution
to how to...
The low draw, with the elbow tight to the upper body
would have told me what you just told me...
and must protect the right shoulder joint.
That fact that you CAN pull 27 lbs into...
The shorter DL,
when you get a chance to try it...
will help with the bow wanting to run away from you.
When you come back from your hunt,
we can continue this EXPERIMENT process
Hoyts are like Lego kits.
I even mixed an matched
an Apex 7, with SPirals....cuz I like SPIRALS soooo much.
I believe that I can, I just have trouble rotating my release hand upside down at full draw, like a lot of hand held shooters hold their releases.
I basically have to keep release elbow tight and...