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    it's really not about being able to aim at a...

    it's really not about being able to aim at a spot. ....
    spot shooting helps by developing execution because it is the most important element of a good spot shot. that said, without a reliable...
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    many people set their rigs up so that they start...

    many people set their rigs up so that they start out just slightly outside of "inline with the arrow. that way the release breaks when it is inline with the shot, as it rotates from back tension.
  3. there's plenty of info on here about curing...

    there's plenty of info on here about curing target panic, just search using the words "target panic".
    there is no release in the world that will cure target panic. you have to get that idea out...
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    it's about producing the same dynamics of tension...

    it's about producing the same dynamics of tension on the right target as well as the left target....simple as that. by not moving your feet, you change the relationship of that dynamic,....the one...
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    it takes away the shear load of the limb's...

    it takes away the shear load of the limb's composition , by pressing the limbs directly over the axles and putting the limb, at it's weakest spot in compression, rather than shear.
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    not an option on the Pro-V. it is in the works at...

    not an option on the Pro-V. it is in the works at Vapor Trail, though.
    can you possibly change the location of the chord mounting on the limb ?.
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    you're somewhat right, unfortunately, there is a...

    you're somewhat right, unfortunately, there is a real lacking of general archery knowledge in the shooters being produced these days.
    I don't understand that myself. it seems that everybody has...
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    most bow risers these days are powder coated,...

    most bow risers these days are powder coated, which is a fairly thick coating and there is usually some coating on the threads of the rest hole and sight holes. running a tap in the holes you will...
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    it's sort of vicious circle in that respect. the...

    it's sort of vicious circle in that respect. the manufacturer has to get some bows/product, out there, to develop an interest, but until they start selling product in that area, it's expensive to put...
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    the hardest thing is that, when they are young,...

    the hardest thing is that, when they are young, they haven't really developed a good shot routine and there fore haven't developed a real preference for one particular style, or set up, over another....
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    on the nail..... there is such a "wanten...

    on the nail.....
    there is such a "wanten desire" to be on a shooting staff, that both ,bow companies and archery shops , have realized, they can have the staff, and get paid for their...
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    level or high draw elbow, automatically puts your...

    level or high draw elbow, automatically puts your rhomboid into proper position for the use of back tension to draw your bow and execute a decent release.
    simple exorcise to learn the feel you...
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    "keeping your basic T-form intact"...

    "keeping your basic T-form intact" means...shifting your feet, rather than twisting your body !. when you shift your feet, nothing about your body changes, so your "T-form", stays intact.....that's...
  14. they're doing allot of road work around me too...

    they're doing allot of road work around me too and I just lost a windshield from a rock off a dump truck last week. watched come off the truck, bounce on the road and right into my windshield.... and...
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    i'm with you there snoman, I have a...

    i'm with you there snoman,

    I have a Roberts improved, a 7x57 Improved, a 6.5-'06 Improved and the parts for a .338-'06 Improved waiting to be built. all built on various, good M98 actions...
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    the free cell phone.

    the free cell phone.
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    good point EPLC,.... when you know and trust...

    good point EPLC,....
    when you know and trust your execution, it becomes more apparent, if the problems are you or the equipment. I think so many people look at equipment right away, because they...
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    coaches simply try to come up with ways to make...

    coaches simply try to come up with ways to make people understand what is difficult to describe.
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    good posture for your shoulders is "down and...

    good posture for your shoulders is "down and back" ...same as standing at attention, "military style". from that posture, raise your bow arm to hold the bow and draw with your other arm, keeping that...
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    it's not about the type of wood used. cedar has...

    it's not about the type of wood used. cedar has become the standard because of it's strength to weight ratio and because it grows very straight, making it easy to obtain "dowels" or shafts that have...
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    rifle shooters stand they way they do, in order...

    rifle shooters stand they way they do, in order to get their forearm elbow against their rib cage to form the triangle of stability that supports the front of the gun. they don't have the dynamic...
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    explain yourself and I'll show you , you are...

    explain yourself and I'll show you , you are wrong.
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    seriously.... there's a world of difference...

    seriously....
    there's a world of difference in the grain orientation and continuity, between those dowels and what is required for an arrow shaft!.
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    what you're not understanding is that "FOC", is a...

    what you're not understanding is that "FOC", is a comparison of total arrow weight to point weight, expressed in % of length rather than grams of weight.
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    I can't believe people actually think "camo" is...

    I can't believe people actually think "camo" is based on what the deer see.
    camo is designed to satisfy our eyes, not the animals'. any natural colored clothes and no movement is all that is...
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    Mahly, you are exactly right. in addition, an...

    Mahly, you are exactly right.
    in addition, an incorrect draw length will influence that issue in both directions, short draw length will make opposite problems to long draw length, as far as right...
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    as I said, the shift extrapolates to roughly ...

    as I said, the shift extrapolates to roughly 1-1/4 inches, but it doesn't end up being that big at your feet. it's more of a suggestive shift, just enough to change the alignment of your dynamics at...
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    if you're loosing points to poor yardage...

    if you're loosing points to poor yardage estimation, working on your shot , obviously won't help, but if you're having trouble executing, spots is where execution has to be the main character and it...
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    the biggest hurdle with that confidence is...

    the biggest hurdle with that confidence is getting the execution to run sub-consciously. if you're having trouble in the "bridge"...that area of process, where you first initiate the shot execution,...
  30. Thread: Weed Whackers.

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    those wide "handle bars , really make an easy job...

    those wide "handle bars , really make an easy job of handling the bigger units. I also have a Husqvarna, a bit smaller (lighter-2 cycle) than the craftsman, but still big enough to have the wide bars...
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