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  1. Huh? I'm out. There is so much nonsense on...

    Huh?

    I'm out. There is so much nonsense on this thread it's not worth even following anymore.

    Look, we all know the reason so many coaches don't compete. Let's not kid ourselves.
  2. Sorry, but if you have time to coach, you have...

    Sorry, but if you have time to coach, you have time to compete. If you don't have time to compete, then you probably don't have time to coach.



    And I don't even know how to disagree any more...
  3. With a name like that, there had better be an...

    With a name like that, there had better be an Olympian greeting folks at the door.
  4. I'm not going to add anything else to this thread...

    I'm not going to add anything else to this thread except this thought...

    I think everyone would agree that there is a great deal to be learned through the process of entering tournaments and...
  5. I think a good coach is always interested in...

    I think a good coach is always interested in learning, and keeping his/her skills sharp. A coach with a conscience would see it as their duty. Call it "in-service training" if you will. Or...
  6. The trouble with these arguments is scope... Or...

    The trouble with these arguments is scope... Or lack of.

    No, it doesn't take a former elite athlete to coach a beginner. It doesn't even take a former elite athlete to coach a journeyman archer....
  7. I'm kinda enjoying following this thread... ...

    I'm kinda enjoying following this thread...



    This one has me rolling. :D Sorry.



    Yup. Good advice. I remember saying this on the training field in Athens to a coach that everyone...
  8. You make my argument for seperate USArchery/NAA...

    You make my argument for seperate USArchery/NAA org's beautifully Steve. ;)
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    The way you do the "hump" properly is to have a...

    The way you do the "hump" properly is to have a hole below the plunger hole, with the "hump" being secured in the lower hole and removable.

    But there I go giving it away again...
  10. Yup. I've seen it since I first joined the NAA. ...

    Yup. I've seen it since I first joined the NAA. Even before the switch to BEST and then return to Level ... and NTS add-on, we had paper coaches who had never figured out how to shoot, but they...
  11. Don't worry about it. The bulge on the point is...

    Don't worry about it. The bulge on the point is going to open a big enough hole that the shaft won't be an issue.
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    Nicely done Laura. You have excellent taste in...

    Nicely done Laura. You have excellent taste in risers!
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    I'm sorry but a 315 even with matched arrows is a...

    I'm sorry but a 315 even with matched arrows is a pretty big deal. LOL!

    Nice shooting!

    John
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    Downside is crushing arrows if you don't aim at...

    Downside is crushing arrows if you don't aim at different spots.

    Upside is you will keep your strength up through the winter and really learn to understand your shot process.

    So long as you...
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    Barrs is a likeable villain. ha, ha. I'll...

    Barrs is a likeable villain. ha, ha.

    I'll never forget my first "big" national event - 2004 NFAA Indoor Nationals - I was paired on the line with Jay, and he was staring me right in the face all...
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    Werner Beiter has passed.

    So sorry to have learned that Werner Beiter - friend to archers and archery manufacturing icon - passed on the 25th.

    So sad. I met him in Turkey in '04 where he went out of his way to...
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    Flute reminds me of Rod White at full draw. ...

    Flute reminds me of Rod White at full draw.

    The whole scene reminds me of disco night at the high school gym. I think I caught a whiff of bubble gum and old spice while watching that. LOL.
    ...
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    I used one all the way to Athens. And yes, it is...

    I used one all the way to Athens. And yes, it is rare. And I knew that at the time, but based on the guidance from Rick McKinney's book (aka, my "coach" at the time), that is the stance I came up...
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    Nah, the really old guys shoot 3-D. ;) ...

    Nah, the really old guys shoot 3-D. ;)

    LOL!!!
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    So it's a resurrection of the X-factor with a...

    So it's a resurrection of the X-factor with a different alignment system. Interesting.

    Seems everyone and their brother is getting into the ILF riser business these days. I actually wonder what...
  21. Yea. Archery. I think we sometimes forget the...

    Yea. Archery.

    I think we sometimes forget the sport of archery IS a game. ;)

    The only time it's not is when I'm bowhunting, in which case it's not a game for the game. :D
  22. I was wondering the same thing. Those are...

    I was wondering the same thing. Those are clearly not ILF limbs and what is that dovetail fitting into? Looks like they tried to copy the Formula Excel to me, and put it into a bolt-on takedown...
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    You can either send it back to Lancasters, or...

    You can either send it back to Lancasters, or just tap the holes yourself or have a machine shop do it for you. No biggie. I've learned some machine shops won't touch a riser as soon as they learn...
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    Just go shorter. Simple fix.

    Just go shorter. Simple fix.
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    Mmmm, not exactly Kevin. There are those who've...

    Mmmm, not exactly Kevin. There are those who've mastered the mechanical release, and those who've mastered the finger release. Very rarely are those two things found in the same person.

    Heck,...
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    Why not? Because 3 gun only requires you pull a...

    Why not? Because 3 gun only requires you pull a trigger for each shot. :D

    But hey. I'm in. ;)
  27. Warbow, my barebow anchor is the reason I have a...

    Warbow, my barebow anchor is the reason I have a 16" gap at 18m, despite using 600 grain arrows. I have pretty wide cheekbones, and there is a point on my face above which the nock end of the arrow...
  28. String walking? (WA Barebow Rec., right?)

    String walking? (WA Barebow Rec., right?)
  29. I love seeing all this barebow discussion on this...

    I love seeing all this barebow discussion on this forum. :D

    And this is just sick -
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    Yes please. :D And when you hunt with a...

    Yes please. :D

    And when you hunt with a barebow rig, it makes even more sense!
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