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  1. Finger Shooting
    I’ve been shooting recurve for several years. Last year I tried my luck on compound, but could not get used to the release (punching the trigger release most of the time) and realized I enjoyed the finger shooting. I then did some research on compound bow finger shooting and understand the ATA...
  2. General Archery Discussion
    Hi there, I'm a recurve shooter normally (w&w black wolf) but I recently got myself a bowtech equaliser, just to try, I love the small format and how light it feels, although the poundage is higher than my recurve. The previous owner claim to have shoot with a finger tab, and have installed a...
  3. Hoyt Archery Discussion
    Archery is played little bit differently in where I am from than in other parts of the world. The targets are more than 140 meters without using any scope or triggers. Finger shooting compound bow is the rule. I have not been able to find literature to have a good form for finger shooting...
  4. Finger Shooting
    Hi guys i was directed here from a guy on facebook he said the finger shooting forums would be best the bow came from a friend who wants to sell it i am looking for what price i should ask for it one guy said its from the 80s but in really good condition anymore information on it would be great...
  5. Finger Shooting
    Hi AT, I been shooting traditional longbow for about half a year and I have this serious string plucking problem that I have no idea how to fix. Its a 68" 35# longbow, I make my own wood arrow uncut, right handed shooter. How I think its string plucking is because there is a "tonggggg" sound...
  6. General Archery Discussion
    I'm working on setting my new bow up to do some shooting tomorrow and have some questions about my arrow rest. -Rest is NAP Flipper II -I'm shooting a Traditional Recurve Bow -Finger Shooting Can you guys give me any tips for shooting with the flipper rest? I don't quite understand how it...
  7. Hunting Bows
    I'm selling this bow for my dad since he recently stepped down in poundage to continue shooting. Up for sale is a Reflex Caribou bow, 60-70lb., 28-31" draw length, with camo soft case. The bow is in excellent shape, used very little, and I would say it is easily an 8 out of 10. Included is a...
  8. General Archery Discussion
    Hi there, I shoot finger compound, just wondering if anyone ever used Pro Lite II or Timberdoodle from Bodoodle? Which one would be a better choice out of those two ? I am planning to go hunting with it in the future but I spend most of my time in the field range (is it noisy?) Cheers
  9. Bow Tuning
    Hi everyone, I tried to find a correct answer on this topic but there are so many different comments. Basically my question is "How do you tune a whisker biscuit rest on a compound bow for a finger shooter" I have heard that I need to place the rest slightly left... I also heard that...
  10. Rests, Releases, Grips, Wrist Straps and Slings
    Hello all, I have an older style Bodoodle timberdoodle rest. is in great working order, comes in original package. It is a excellent rest for finger shooters. I switched over to a springy type rest. some paint has been worn off, where the bolt mounts to the bow. and what looks like chipped paint...
  11. Darton Archery Discussion
    Hi i just bought a darton 3500 and wanted to know if i can finger shoot it? Also my local Archery shop told me that i should buy a hoyt pro hawk because it is a better bow and that his dartons exploded on him. This will be my first compound bow so i really could use some help. Thank you
  12. F.I.T.A. Classified
    I have this posted in the classfieds and figure it is more suited for this part of the forum. Take a look, it is a pretty sweet combo. http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1488520
  13. Traditional Archery
    If you are a Trad Archer and need to work on your finger strength, check out the finger trainer I posted in the DIY Equipment section.
  14. DIY Equipment
    I recently had to switch to a two finger grip on my 46# Hoyt Formula Recurve (congential deformity in ring finger) Needless to say my remining fingers were not up to the task so I built this Finger Trainer to stengthen them up. It works well and allows me to train while sitting on the couch...
  15. Traditional Archery
    I've used a fairly tricked out Hoytt Ultra Tec compounds for several years now. I'm primarily into the hunting aspect of archery, but I do a little 3D, and of course plenty of target time. I wanted to just kind of simplify things a bit and go a step backwards. Of course I initially wanted some...
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